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81. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Announcement: Kids Philosophy Slam Competition
82. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
High School Juniors, Philosophy, and a Confused Teacher
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An aspiring Philosophy teacher and his reflection on teaching a difficult subject in a complex environment. The author addresses dialogue in a class setting which includes child pornography and his tactics for relating to high school students in Philosophy.
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Kids Philosophy Slam
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Essays, drawings, and poems by children in kindergarten through eight grade on the question "What is more important in your life, truth or beauty?"
84. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Finalists, 2005 Kids Philosophy Slam, High School
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Winning Philosophy Slam essays answering the question "What is more important in your life, truth or beauty?"
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Nadia Kennedy Questioning the Finite and the Infinite
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Kennedy discusses, through dialogue, old concepts in philosophy with children regarding the finite and infinite parts of the Earth and galaxy.
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In Recognition: Gareth Matthews
87. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Fermin Martinez I, Robot (II): An Analysis of Love
88. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Mining Literature for Meaning
89. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Sci Fi and Philosophy
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A nine-year-old student of Philosophy creates poetic structure behind the meaning of “What is Life?” in What is Real?
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The Problem of AI
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Questions raised regarding the intellectual comparison of children and computers through an intelligence test to advanced fifth graders.
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David Heise Perspectives: Ethics in Everyday Life
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Heise delves into the ethical issues behind Cheating for High School students from a conference for ethicists, in addition to a discussion with students and moderators towards the subject.
92. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 5
Fermin Martinez I, Robot (I): An Analysis of Love
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A testament of love and philosophy through the relations with artificial intelligence and comparing the Robot “Murry” to human life.
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Emilie Ryan Ethical Views on Environmental Issues
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Students argue whether the bear hunt of NJ on human territory is ethical through environmental and philosophical research.
94. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 6
Nathan Brubaker The Question Game
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In a three minute game with fifth graders, Brubaker asks his class to collaborate on philosophical questions. Questions ranged from the reality of ghosts, to aliens, to God, held in a philosophical context.
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Jericho Thorsen What Does Art Have to Do With Philosophy Anyway?
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Thorsen facilities a discussion on how art (music, fine art, drama, and so forth) is aesthetically related to Philosophy through unique and documented techniques. This informal essay also explains a class’ reaction to beauty and ones hierarchy of senses.
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Stephanie Burdick Fire Dance
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A poem devised from fourth and fifth graders explaining energy, power, and its philosophical meaning.
97. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 6
Kids Philosophy Slam
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Poems, drawings, and essays by children grades kindergarten through eight on the question "Which is more powerful, fear or hope."
98. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 6
Finalists, 2005 Kids Philosophy Slam, High School
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Winning Philosophy Slam essays answering the question "Which is more powerful, fear or hope?"
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Halley Orshan Abby’s Token
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Orshan illustrates a narrative of Abigail Carson’s chaotic life after receiving a plastic “token certificate” in class from the Government.
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Call for Submissions