Matthew Lipman. Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Ann Margaret Sharp. Associate Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children
Brenifer, Oscar. “How to Avoid Children’s Questions.” 29-32.
Colbeck, John. “Children Under Power: Philosophers as Children.” 22-28.
Gomez, Manuela and Irene de Puig. “Ecodialogo, Environmental Education and Philosophical Dialogue.” 37-40.
Kennedy, David. “Card Games, Roughhousing, Traffic Jams & Thunderstorms.” 33-36.
Lee, JiAeh. “The Triadic Relationship in Thinking for Oneself.” 13-21.
Lim, Tock Keng. “Introducing Asian Philosophy and Concepts Into the Community of Inquiry.” 41-44.
Matthews, Gareth B. “Thinking in Stories: Three Stories You Can Read to Your Cat by Sarah Swan Miller.” 1.
Novemsky, Lisa. “Using a Community of Inquiry for Science Learning, or the Story of ‘It’.” 45-49.
Schleifer, Michael, Marie-France Daniel, Emmanuelle Peyronnet and Sarah Lecomte. “The Impact of Philosophical Discussions on oral Autonomy, Judgment, Empathy and the Recognition of Emotion in Five Year Olds.” 4-12.
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