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

Cassidy, Claire. “Questioning Children.” 62­-68.

Ferreira, Louise Brandes Moura. “Philosophy for Children in Science Class: Children Learning Basic Science Process Skills through Narrative.” 73-­81.

Karaba, Robert. “Reconceptualizing the Aims in Philosophy for Children,” 50­-54.

Kennedy, David. “I Must Change My Life: Review of A Life Teaching Thinking by Matthew Lipman.” 11­-21.

Küçük, Nimet. “The Education of Thinking Course: Innovation in Turkish Schools.” 69­72.

Moriyón, Félix García. “Matthew Lipman: An Intellectual Biography.” 22­-32.

-----­­­­­ “Review: Discussions in Science.” 94-­96.

Murris, Karrin. “Review of Talking about Feelings and Values with Children by Michael Schleiffer with Cynthia Martiny.” 88­-90.

Naji, Saeed and Ghazinezhad, Parvaneh. “An Experience in P4C Some Observations on Philosophy for Children with Iranian Primary School Children.” 82­-87.

Sharp, Ann Margaret with introduction from Juan Carlos Lago Bornstein. “In the Beginning was the Deed: Empowering Children’s Spiritual Consciousness.” 3­-10.

Shea, Peter. “Remembering Gareth Matthews.” 1­-2.

Shuffelton, Amy. “Strictness and Second Chances: Serbian Children’s Ethical Readings of Hogwarts and its Teachers.” 55-­61.

Splitter, Laurance. “Economic Crises and Education: Some Philosophical Reflections.” 44.

Sprod, Tim. “Review of Philosophy in Schools by Michael Hand and Carrie Winstanley (Eds.).” 91-­93.

Striano, Maura and Oliverio, Stefano. “Philosophy for Children: An Educational Path to Philosophy.” 33­-43.


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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