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

Arroyo, Katya. “Philosophy for Children in Costa Rica.” 83-­89.

Bartels, Rob and Onstenk, Jeroen. “P4D: Philosophy and Democracy in the Classroom.” 45­-55.

Chiapperini, Chiara and Kohan, Walter. “An Interview with Walter Kohan.” 5­-11

Figueiroa­-Rego, Maria. “Building on Lipman’s Legacy: The Creation of a Portuguese P4C Curriculum.” 66­-71.

García Moriyón, Félix. “Review: Beginning Interpretative Inquiry.” 113-­144.

Garside, Darren. “Using Rorty to Consider the Future of P4C.” 20-­26.

IREF. “Assessment of Philosophy for Children in Catalonia.” 95-­97.

Kiritisis, Dimitris. “The Subject of Philosophy in Greek Secondary Education: Students’ Perspective.” 98

Kizel, Arie. “Communication Discourse and Cyberspace Challenges to P4C.” 40-­44.

Lee, Zosimo. “Nurturing Communities of Inquiry in Philippine Schools.” 76-­82.

Marsal, Eva and Dobashi, Takara. “Death in Children’s Construction of the World: A German­Japanese Comparison with Gender Analysis.” 56-­65.

Oliverio, Stefano. “Between the De­-traditionalization and ‘Aurorality’ of Knowledge What (Can) Work(s) in P4C when It Is Set to Work.” 105-­112.

Poulton, Janette. “Is There Any Future for P4C in Australia?” 27-­29.

Retyunskikh, Larisa. “Russian Realities of P4C.” 72-­75.

Shea, Peter. “Thinking in Stories: Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher.” 3­-4.

Sutcliffe, Roger. “Towards a Kinder Philosophy.” 30-­39.

Wartenberg, Thomas. “Assessing an Elementary School Philosophy Program.” 90-­94.

Yorshansky, Mor. “Students’ Meaning of Power – A Challenge to Philosophy for Children as a Practice of Democratic Education.” 12­-19


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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