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Title Philosophy for children in transition [electronic resource] : problems and prospects / edited by Nancy Vansieleghem and David Kennedy.
Publication Info. Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
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Description x, 236 p. : ill.
Series Journal of philosophy of education book series.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Preface / Paul Standish -- What is philosophy for children, what is philosophy├┐ with children after matthew lipman -- The experience of childhood and the learning society : allowing the child to be philosophical and philosophy to be childish -- Philosophy for children and its critics : a mendham dialogue -- The play of socratic dialogue -- Childhood, philosophy and play : friedrich schiller and the interface between reason, passion, and sensation -- Transindividuality and philosophical enquiry in schools : a spinozist perspective -- Community of philosophical inquiry as a discursive structure, and its role in school curriculum design -- The provocation of an epistemological shift in teacher education through philosophy with children -- Philosophy, exposure, and children : how to resist the instrumentalisation of philosophy in education -- Philosophy with children as an exercise in parrhesia : an account of a philosophical experiment with children in cambodia -- Childhood, education and philosophy : notes on deterritorialisation -- "In charge of the truffula seeds?" : on children's literature, rationality and children's voices in philosophy -- Brilliance of a fire : innocence, experience and the theory of childhood.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2013. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.
Subject Children and philosophy.
Early childhood education -- Philosophy.
Added Author Vansieleghem, Nancy.
Kennedy, David, 1943-
ebrary, Inc.
ISBN 9781444350401 (pbk.)
9781444362275 (e-book)
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