Matthew Lipman. Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Ann Margaret Sharp. Associate Director, Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children

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Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children




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Contributing Authors

Arbones, Gloria. “Feminism and Philosophy for Children in Argentina.” 39-­42.

Cahn, Edmond. “The Right to be Young.” 41­-42.

Daniel, Marie­-France. “Women, Philosophical Community of Inquiry and the Liberation of Self.” 63-­71.

Bosch, Eulalia. “Primary School: Love Versus Knowledge 7.” 71­-72.

Carneiro de Moura, Zaza. “Seeds of Change, Seeds of Chance.” 33­-38.

De la Garza, Teresa. “Women’s Education in Mexico and Philosophy for Children.” 47­ 50.

Dudina, Margarita Nikolayevna. “Some Reflections on Our System of Education.” 44­47.

Glaser, Jen. “Reasoning as Dialogical Inquiry: A Model for the Liberation of Women.” 14­-17.

Hagaman, Sally. “Education in Philosophy and Art in the United States: A Feminist Account.” 77­-79.

Haynes, Felicity. “Male Dominance and the Mastery of Reason.” 1-­24.

Laverty, Megan. “Putting Ethics at the Center.” 73-­76.

MacColl, San. “Opening Philosophy.” 5­-9.

Miroiu, Mihaela. “The Vicious Circle of Anonymity” or “Pseudo­-Feminism and Totalitarism.” 54-­62.

Redshaw, Sarah. “Body Knowledge.” 9­-14.

Sharp, Ann Margaret. “Feminism and Philosophy for Children: The Ethical Dimension.” 24­-28. ­­­­­

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Slade, Christina. “Harryspeak and the Conversation of Girls.” 29­-32.

Smyke, Patricia. “Threading My Way Towards Philosophy for Children.” 82­-85.

Tultkova, Roumiana. “Bulgarian Women Facing Their Problems and the Changes in the Educational System.” 51-­53.

Turgeon, Wendy. “Choosing Not to Play the Game.” 80­-81.

Van den Aardweg, Helena. “Transforming the Community.” 86-­89.

Young Silva, Catherine. “On Women, Feminism and Philosophy for Children.” 90-­91.

Young Silva, Catherine. “Catherine’s Story: The Echo of the Voice of the Children” 92­96.

Yulina, N.S. “Prospects for Feminism and Philosophy for Children in Russia.” 43.


Founded in 1974 by Matthew Lipman (1929-2010) and Ann Margaret Sharp (1942-2010), the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (IAPC) is the world’s oldest organization devoted to young people’s philosophical practice.

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