Matthew Lipman. Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Ann Margaret Sharp. Associate Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Frederick S. Oscanyan, Department of Philosophy, Berea College
Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children
Aman, Kenneth and Sister Anna Maria Hartman. “Philosophy for Children in a SpanishSpeaking Contest.” 4-10.
Barr, Donald. “How Important are Categories for Children.” 11.
Berman, Ronald. “On Writing Good.” 12.
Brent, Frances. “Philosophy and the MiddleSchool Student.” 39.
Chesternon, Gilbert Keith. “The Ethics of Elfland.” 13-20.
Dostoevsky, Fedor. “Ghost and Eternity.” 27. Education Commission of the States. “The Higher Level Skills: Tomorrow’s ‘Basics’.” 11.
Freire, Paulo. “Education Through Dialogue.” 11.
Gosse, Edmund. “Untitled from Father and Son.” 43-46.
Hullfish, H. Gordon. “Thinking and Meaning.” 12.
Johnson, Stephen M. and Robert A. Pines. “The Competency Based Training of PreCollege Philosophy Teaching.” 28-30.
Katzner, Louis. “Philosophy and the MiddleSchool Student.” 37-38.
Kierkegaard, Soren. “Kierkegard on Childhood.” 31-33.
Leibiniz, G.W. “Leibiniz on the Role of Logic in Education.” 40-41.
Lipman, Matthew and Ann Margaret Sharp. “Some Educational Presuppositions of Philosophy for Children.” 47-50.
Mead, George Herbert. “Language as Thinking.” 23-26.
Minkowitz, Miriam. “Discussion of Rights at Police Athletic League.” 54-56.
Peirce, Charle. “On the Role of Logic in Education.” 40.
Phlipon, Marie Jeanne. “Untitled.” 4243. Plutarch, “The Education of Children.” 11.
Strawson, Galen. “Does Space Go On for Ever?” 35-36.
Unknown. “Untitled from Letters to Thomas Poole.” 42.
Whitehead, Alfred North. “The Task of Infancy.” 12.
Wilson, John. “Prerequisites for Teaching Philosophy.” 51-53.
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