Issue Title
Vol 11, No 21 (2015): jan./june philosophy with children, the poverty line, and socio-philosophic sensitivity Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 17 (2021) place-based philosophical education: reconstructing ‘place’, reconstructing ethics Abstract  PDF
simone thornton, mary graham, gilbert burgh
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. philosophy for children, learnification, intelligent adaptive systems and racism – a response to gert biesta Abstract  PDF
darren chetty
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. touching the soul? exploring an alternative outlook for philosophical work with children and young people Abstract  PDF
gert biesta
Vol 17 (2021) review of gareth matthews, the child’s philosopher, maughn rollins gregory & megan jane laverty, eds. london & new york: routledge, 2022 Abstract  PDF
david k kennedy
Vol 17 (2021) everyone’s a critic: the liminal space between theory and children’s literature in kenneth kidd’s theory for beginners Abstract  PDF
samantha elizabeth piede
Vol 9, No 18 (2013): july/dec. philosophy for children and territorial educational laboratories: a succeed experiment Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
maria miraglia
Vol 19 (2023) citizenship and community in the western democratic context: philosophical-educational analysis Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
bruno fonseca ortega, roberto fanzini tibaldeo
v. 15 | 2019 matthew lipman, the commitment of a lifetime: teaching how to think, mimesis, milano – udine 2018 Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
cristina rebuffo
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. grown-upness or living philosophically? Abstract  PDF
claire cassidy
Vol 12, No 25 (2016): sept./dec. from laboratory to praxis: communities of philosophical inquiry as a model of (and for) social activism Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 19 (2023) “You Talk and Try to Think, Together” –  A Case Study of a Student Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder Participating in Philosophical Dialogues Abstract  PDF
viktor gardelli, ylva backman, åsa gardelli, anders franklin
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. pragmatism and the unlearning of learnification Abstract  PDF
maughn rollins gregory, megan jane laverty
Vol 17 (2021) learning mathematics from philosophy for/with children Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
yuli piracoca hernández, liliana andrea mariño díaz
Vol 4, No 8 (2008): july/dec. the two dimensions of philosophy education with children: curricular and extra-curricular philosophy activities Abstract  PDF
nimet kucuk
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. on the risks of approaching a philosophical movement outside philosophy Abstract  PDF
walter omar kohan, david kennedy
Vol 10, No 20 (2014): july/dec. "life goes on even if there’s a gravestone": philosophy with children and adolescents on virtual memorial sites Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 16 (2020) the paradox of philosophy for children and how to resolve it Abstract  PDF
maria kasmirli
Vol 14, No 30 (2018): may/aug. putting philosophy to the service of schools to give children’s voices real value Abstract  PDF
sonia parís albert
Vol 14, No 30 (2018): may/aug. nature gives and nature takes: a qualitative comparison between canadian and german children about their concepts of ‘nature’ Abstract  PDF
parmis aslanimehr, eva marsal, barbara weber, fabian knapp
Vol 8, No 15 (2012): jan./june pupils’age and philosophical praxis: two factors that influence the development of critical thinking in children Abstract  PDF
marie-france daniel, mathieu gagnon
Vol 14, No 30 (2018): may/aug. developing children’s reasoning and inquiry, concept analysis, and meaningmaking skills through the community of inquiry Abstract  PDF
abigail thea canuto
Vol 19 (2023) contributions of philosophy for children to ecosocial education Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
adolfo agundez rodriguez
Vol 9, No 17 (2013): jan./june relativism: a threshold for pupils to cross in order to become dialogical critical thinkers Abstract  PDF
marie-france daniel
v. 15 | 2019 philosophical reflections with child abused teenage mothers Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
sonia rosario barraza flores, homero lópez moreno
Vol 1, No 2 (2005): july/dec. sapere aude! thoughts about philosophy for children Abstract  PDF (Deutsch)
klaus zierer
Vol 18 (2022) book review: lone, jana mohr (2021), seen and not heard: why children’s voices matter Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 13, No 27 (2017): may/aug. internal goods of teaching in philosophy for children: the role of the teacher and the nature of teaching in pfc Abstract  PDF
riku välitalo
v. 15 | 2019 'why teachers’ beliefs and values are important in p4c research: a victorian perspective Abstract  PDF
ben kilby
Vol 2, No 3 (2006): jan./june who thinks better? philosophy: the fantom in the machine Abstract  PDF (ελληνικά)
helena theodoropoulou
v. 15 | 2019 philosophical inquiry with indigenous children: an attempt to integrate indigenous knowledge in philosophy for/with children Abstract  PDF
peter paul ejera elicor
Vol 19 (2023) The present and future of doing Philosophy with Children: Practical philosophy and addressing children and young people’s status in a complex world. Abstract  PDF
claire cassidy
Vol 17 (2021) power from foucault's perspective and the practice of philosophy with children at school Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
ana corina salas
Vol 16 (2020) the philosophical baby and socratic orality Abstract  PDF
antonio cosentino
v. 15 | 2019 making a circle: building a community of philosophical enquiry in a post-apartheid, government school in south africa Abstract  PDF
rose-anne reynolds
Vol 16 (2020) mapping identity prejudice: locations of epistemic injustice in philosophy for/with children Abstract  PDF
peter paul ejera elicor
Vol 17 (2021) some ethical implications of practicing philosophy with children and adults Abstract  PDF
david kennedy, walter omar kohan
v. 15 | 2019 meeting youngsters where they “are at” in summer camps, in sport and in life. Abstract  PDF
susan t. gardner, alex newby
Vol 18 (2022) the artist as moral educator and moralist of education. a review of the book la educación moral, una obra de arte Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
rafael robles loro
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. gert biesta and philosophical work with children Abstract  PDF
walter omar kohan, david kennedy
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. the third subject position Abstract  PDF
marjan simenc
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. p4c after auschwitz: on immanence and transcendence in education Abstract  PDF
gert biesta
v. 15 | 2019 encouraging the teacher-agent: resisting the neo-liberal culture in initial teacher education Abstract  PDF
rhiannon love
Vol 17 (2021) i am keeping my cultural hat on: exploring a ‘culture-enabling’ philosophy for/with children practice Abstract  PDF
peter paul elicor
Vol 17 (2021) children’s experiences of online philosophical dialogues Abstract  PDF
caroline schaffalitzky, søren sindberg jensen, frederik schou-juul
Vol 17 (2021) forum theatre meets philosophy for/with children: physically exploring challenging situations in the community of philosophical inquiry Abstract  PDF
zach dewitt, emi kingan
Vol 10, No 19 (2014): jan./june community of philosophical inquiry: citizenship in scottish classrooms. 'you need to think like you've never thinked before' Abstract  PDF
claire cassidy, donald christie
Vol 17 (2021) the facilitator as liberator and enabler: ethical responsibility in communities of philosophical inquiry Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 19 (2023) philosophy of childhood and children's political participation: poli(s)phonic challenges Abstract  PDF
susana brissos matos, paula alexandra vieira
Vol 8, No 15 (2012): jan./june philosophy for children: texts and practice in portugal Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
maria teresa santos
Vol 13, No 27 (2017): may/aug. philosophy for children goes to college: transformative changes in philosophical thinking when college students practice philosophizing with young children. Abstract  PDF
stephanie a burdick-shepherd, cristina cammarano
Vol 18 (2022) the case for philosophy for children in kenyan schools Abstract  PDF
eliud shani ominde, atieno kili k'odhiambo, samsom okuro gunga
Vol 8, No 16 (2012): july/dec. philosophy with children: learning to live well Abstract  PDF
claire cassidy
Vol 6, No 12 (2010): july/dec. thinking as two - philosophy, critical thinking, and community of inquiry Abstract  PDF
daniel fisherman
Vol 5, No 9 (2009): jan./june petit philosophy - experiemental project of philosophy for children Abstract  PDF
bruno ćurko, ivana kragić
Vol 9, No 17 (2013): jan./june recent interviews with philosophy for children (p4c) scholars and practitioners Abstract  PDF
saeed naji
Vol 13, No 26 (2017): jan./apr. philosophical communities of inquiry: the search for and finding of meaning as the basis for developing a sense of responsibility Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
v. 15 | 2019 philosophising with young children as a language-promoting principle Abstract  PDF
katrin saskia alt
Vol 9, No 17 (2013): jan./june improving emotion comprehension and social skills in early childhood through philosophy for children Abstract  PDF
marta giménez-dasí, laura quintanilla, marie-france daniel
Vol 16 (2020) lipman and philosophy for children: cultivating “thinking” or cultivating “one” thinking? Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
diego bertolo pereira, wilson alves de paiva
Vol 11, No 22 (2015): july/dec. uncovering the efficacy of philosophical inquiry with children Abstract  PDF
parmis aslanimehr
Vol 4, No 7 (2008): jan./june humanistic, authoritative and ecopsychological perspective in education or rethinking philosophy for children under globalization Abstract  PDF
pavel lushyn
Vol 11, No 22 (2015): july/dec. an approach to "philosophizing" discussion Abstract  PDF
vanya kovach
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. jazzing philosophy with children. an improvising way for a new pedagogy. Abstract  PDF
marina santi
Vol 5, No 9 (2009): jan./june effects of the philosophy for children program through the community of inquiry method on the improvement of interpersonal relationship skills in primary school students Abstract  PDF
mehrnoosh hedayati, yahya ghaedi
v. 15 | 2019 the role of deliberation in lipman’s philosophy for children Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
carmina shapiro
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. existing in the world: but whose world—and why not change it? Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 4, No 8 (2008): july/dec. considerations on the relationship between literature and philosophy for children Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
beatriz fabiana olarieta
v. 15 | 2019 collaborative problem-solving and citizenship education: a philosophical escape in the age of competencies Abstract  PDF
marina santi
Vol 16 (2020) cultivating oppositional debt ethics and consciousness: philosophy for/with children as counter-conduct in the neoliberal debt economy Abstract  PDF
jason thomas wozniak
Vol 11, No 22 (2015): july/dec. philosophy for children as a teaching movement in an era of too much learning Abstract  PDF
charles bingham
Vol 17 (2021) the story circle as a practice of democratic, critical inquiry Abstract  PDF
natalie m. fletcher, maughn rollins gregory, peter shea, ariel sykes
Vol 19 (2023) the polylogical process model of (elementary-)philosophical education: an interdisciplinary framework that embeds P4wC into the constructivist theory of conceptual change/growth Abstract  PDF
andreas höller
Vol 1, No 2 (2005): july/dec. notes toward a metaphysics of wonder: appreciative reflections on leoni henning’s o pragmatismo em lipman e sua influência na américa latina Abstract  PDF
matthew lipman
v. 15 | 2019 rethinking consensus in the community of philosophical inquiry: a research agenda Abstract  PDF
kei nishiyama
Vol 11, No 22 (2015): july/dec. philosophy for children, community of inquiry, and human rights education Abstract  PDF
karen mizell
Vol 19 (2023) a practical look at the concept of freedom with a philosophy approach for children in early childhood Abstract  PDF
deniz yüceer, sevgi coşkun keskin
v. 15 | 2019 teaching critical thinking and metacognitive skills through philosophical enquiry. A practitioner's report on experiments in the classroom. Abstract  PDF
emma worley, peter worley
Vol 18 (2022) creating the senses of the earth: the natural breath of the community of inquiry Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
valentina roversi, alessandra cavallo, daniel barenco mello contage
Vol 2, No 4 (2006): july/dec. the philosophical attitude in the education of philosophy. new reflections Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
julio santiago cubillos bernal
Vol 17 (2021) is there a form of citizenship specific to philosophy for children? Abstract  PDF
clarisse leseigneur
v. 15 | 2019 following philosophy with children concepts in practice of teacher education Abstract  PDF
arie kizel
Vol 18 (2022) philosophy for children as a form of spiritual education Abstract  PDF
olivier michaud, maughn rollins gregory
Vol 6, No 11 (2010): jan./june an alternative experience Abstract  PDF (Italiano)
maria miraglia
Vol 13, No 26 (2017): jan./apr. melarete and peech: preface to an international philosophy with children collaboration Abstract  PDF
michael burroughs, luigina mortari
Vol 4, No 8 (2008): july/dec. aión, kairós and chrónos: fragments of an endless conversation on childhood, philosophy and education Abstract  PDF
david knowles kennedy, walter omar kohan
Vol 1, No 2 (2005): july/dec. secrets and boundaries in classroom dialogues with children: from critical episode to social enquiry Abstract  PDF
joanna haynes
Vol 13, No 28 (2017): sep./dec. considering subject positions with biesta Abstract  PDF
riku välitalo
Vol 4, No 8 (2008): july/dec. multiculturalism, extreme poverty, and teaching p4c in juchitán: a short report on research Abstract  PDF
maría elena madrid
Vol 17 (2021) writing like a child: childhood as "shelter and refuge" Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
walter omar kohan, magda costa carvalho
Vol 16 (2020) from silencing children's literature to attempting to learn from it: changing views towards picturebooks in p4c movement Abstract  PDF
morteza mhosronejad, soudabeh shokrollahzadeh
Vol 18 (2022) the claim of emotions through an emotional education in the philosophy with children Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
sonia parís albert
Vol 14, No 29 (2018): jan./apr. grounded theory. a research method for advancing the comprehension of p4c’s processes. Abstract  PDF
marie-france daniel
Vol 2, No 4 (2006): july/dec. the mendham experience: transformation and return Abstract  PDF
jason j. howard
v. 15 | 2019 philosophy with children as a transforming experience. a proposal in non-profit organizations Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
josé barrientos-rastrojo
Vol 16 (2020) philosophy (and argumentation) for children: some reflection for primary school Abstract  PDF
lucia scipione
Vol 19 (2023) between bodies, dances and educations: a childlike experience Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
mayra giovaneti de barros, césar donizetti pereira leite
Vol 16 (2020) philosophy and childhood: theory and practice: presentation Abstract  PDF
silvia demozzi, luca zanetti
v. 15 | 2019 on the need for a philosophy for / with mothers and fathers in the philosophy program for / with girls and boys Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
juan carlos sarmiento
Vol 16 (2020) the experience of thinking concepts and philosophizing in childhood from the perspective of matthew lipman Abstract  PDF (Português (Brasil))
sandra dos santos alves, darcísio natal muraro
Vol 18 (2022) Review of: Agratti, Laura (2021). Devenir pregunta: filosofia e infancias entre la escuela y la universidad. Rio de Janeiro: NEFI Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
ángela tettamanti
v. 15 | 2019 peter pan: the leader and his followers an experience of philosophy with children Abstract  PDF (Español (España))
esther charabati
Vol 19 (2023) existential urgency: a provocation to thinking “different” Abstract  PDF
arthur c wolf, barbara weber
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