Questions: Philosophy for Young People
The Journal of the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization
Rory E. Kraft, Jr., Editor
Questions: Philosophy for Young People is a unique forum for the philosophical questions - and answers - of young people and their teachers. Each topical issue contains philosophical discussions, drawings, philosophical writing by students in an easy to read newsletter format. Questions also publishes articles offering advice and ideas for teachers and parents interested in facilitating philosophical discussions with young people. Past issues have explored human rights with students in elementary, middle, and high schools, and have included transcripts of K-12 discussions about human rights perspectives. Questions is published in cooperation with the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization, the American Philosophical Association's Committee on Pre-College Instruction in Philosophy, and the Northwest Center for Philosophy for Children.
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Issue No. 2 - Spring 2002 (pdf)
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