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

Bleazby, Jennifer. “Philosophy for Children as a Response to Gender Problems.” 70­78.

Burdick­-Shepherd, Stephanie. “Engaging the Interview Process: An Introduction to the Third Feminist Issue of Thinking.” 2­-4.

­­­­­ ----- “An Interview with Mari­France Daniel.” 12­-13.

­­­­­ ----- “Reading Feminist Desires.” 64-­69.

Cleary, John Patrick. “An Interview with Megan Laverty.” 23-­27.

-----­­­­­ “An Interview with Jana Mohr Lone.” 28­-29.

Jackson, Julia. “An Interview with Wendy Turgeon.” 30-­31.

­­­­­----- “If the Will is Absent.” 79-­86.

Jackson, Jaye Julia. “An Interview with Stella M. Accorinti.” 5­-8.

Lin, Ching­-Ching. “An Interview with Kun Peng.” 21-­22.

Lowry, Patricia. “Exploring Caring.” 32­-41.

Mendonça, Dina.“Let’s Talk About Emotions.” 57-­63.

Odiwa, Richard. “An Interview with Daniela Cahmy.” 9-­11.

­­­­­----- “Some Notions About African Feminism.” 50­56.

Sharp, Ann Margaret and Gregory, Maughn Rollins. “Towards a Feminist Philosophy of Education.” 87-­96.

Shea, Peter. “Review of The Invention of Hugo Cabret: A Novel in Words and Pictures, by Bryan Selznick.” 1.

Sprod, Tim. “Review of Michael Hand and Carrie Winstanley (Eds.): Philosophy in Schools.” 97-­99.

Yorshansky, Mor. “An Interview with Jen Glaser.” 14­-20.

­­­­-----­ “The Community of Inquiry: A Struggle Between Self and Communal Transformation.” 42-­49.


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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