book review: lone, jana mohr (2021), seen and not heard: why children’s voices matter




Philosophy for/with Children



Author Biography

arie kizel, Dept. Of Learning and Instructional Sciences Faculty of Education University of Haifa Israel

Prof. Arie Kizel, PhD is the President of ICPIC and a professor at the faculty of education,  University of Haifa. He is the founder of the Israeli Academic Forum for Philosophy with Children. 




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Kizel, A. (2014) "’Life goes on even if there’s a gravestone’: Philosophy with Children and Adolescents on Virtual Memorial Sites.” Childhood and Philosophy 10 (20), 421-443.

Kizel, A. (2015). "Philosophy with Children, the Poverty Line, and Socio-philosophic Sensitivity." Childhood and Philosophy 11 (21) 139–162.

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How to Cite

kizel, arie. (2022). book review: lone, jana mohr (2021), seen and not heard: why children’s voices matter. Childhood & Philosophy, 18, 01–04.




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