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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
Vol 11, No 21 (2015): jan./june lipman’s novels or turning philosophy inside-out Abstract  PDF
stefano oliverio
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 5, No 9 (2009): jan./june napité. an approach to philosophy for children into a native context Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
david sumiacher
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. ‘care’ in education: an analysis of the lipmanian perspective Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
leoni maria padilha henning
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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