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v. 15 | 2019 matthew lipman, the commitment of a lifetime: teaching how to think, mimesis, milano – udine 2018 Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
cristina rebuffo
 
Vol 10, No 19 (2014): jan./june education for democracy through culture of feelings. martha c. nussbaum and philosophy for children Abstract  PDF (Français (Canada))
jean-françois goubet
 
Vol 11, No 21 (2015): jan./june the theoretical and pedagogical significance of the philosophical novel and philosophy for/with children: introduction to the special issue on the philosophical novel for children Abstract  PDF
darryl matthew de marzio
 
v. 15 | 2019 philosophy with children as a transforming experience. a proposal in non-profit organizations Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
josé barrientos-rastrojo
 
Vol 11, No 21 (2015): jan./june lipman’s novels or turning philosophy inside-out Abstract  PDF
stefano oliverio
 
Vol 10, No 20 (2014): july/dec. doing philosophy in the classroom as community activity: a cultural-historical approach Abstract  PDF
marina santi
 
Vol 10, No 20 (2014): july/dec. authoring and facilitating affect. the philosophical novel as a liberating form of affective labour Abstract  PDF
natalie fletcher
 
Vol 1, No 2 (2005): july/dec. pragmatism in matthew lipman and its influence in latin america Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
leoni maria padilha henning
 
Vol 8, No 15 (2012): jan./june problems, limits and possibilities of the presence of philosophy in the scholar education: matthew lipman contributions Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
leoni maria padilha henning, robson carlos lopes
 
Vol 7, No 13 (2011): jan./june what happens in philosophical texts: matthew lipman's theory and practice of the philosophical text as model Abstract  PDF
darryl matthew de marzio
 
Vol 7, No 14 (2011): july/dec. the encounter of philosophy and childhood in the experience of teaching and learning philosophy as an issue of foundation Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
laura viviana agratti
 
Vol 7, No 14 (2011): july/dec. ‘care’ in education: an analysis of the lipmanian perspective Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
leoni maria padilha henning
 
Vol 7, No 14 (2011): july/dec. searching for (our own) words: philosophy and subjectivity Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
paula ramos de oliveira
 
Vol 5, No 9 (2009): jan./june napité. an approach to philosophy for children into a native context Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
david sumiacher
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2005): jan./june poetic writing as a way to philosophize. about the translation and adaptation to the spanish-speaking world of matthew lipman’s novel, suki Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
diego antonio pineda
 
Vol 4, No 7 (2008): jan./june current problems surrounding childhood and the theory of matthew lipman Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
leoni maria padilha henning
 
Vol 5, No 10 (2009): july/dec. on the logic of the program of philosophy for children Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
cesar catalani, patrícia del nero velasco
 
Vol 1, No 1 (2005): jan./june a critical view of the "lipman method": philosophy and pedagogy in action Abstract  PDF (Français (Canada))
pierre lebuis
 
Vol 1, No 2 (2005): july/dec. presentation de l’ouvrage collectif : la philosophie pour enfants. le modele de matthew lipman en discussion (sous la direction de claudine leleux), bruxelles, de boeck, 2005, coll. « pedagogies en developpement » Abstract  PDF (Français (Canada))
jan lantier
 
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