Precollege Philosophy and Public Practice
From the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization
Kristopher G. Phillips, Editor
Precollege Philosophy and Public Practice (P4) is an open-access, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic online journal that explores philosophy with young people as well as philosophy in non-traditional spaces. Published annually, the journal welcomes scholarly articles related to the fields of philosophy with the young and public philosophy, broadly construed..
P4 accepts submissions on public-facing philosophy including work that is done in settings such as K-12 classrooms, prisons, retirement communities, and community organizations. Issues include scholarly work, relevant book reviews, symposia, and “Notes from the Field” – essays by classroom teachers and publicly engaged philosophers focused on practical and pedagogical issues.
Our diverse community comprises scholars, practitioners, educators, and advocates. As an official journal of the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) published in cooperation with the Philosophy Documentation Center, P4 practices an inclusive and supportive publication process: we make timely decisions, and respectfully collaborate with authors. We are committed to extending the scope of philosophical research to incorporate traditionally underrepresented and marginalized voices.
Online First (forthcoming articles)
Current Volume + Archive
P4 is sponsored by PLATO, the Kegley Institute of Ethics, and the Squire Family Foundation. No payment is required for submission or publication.
· ISSN 2576-9901 (online) · Annual · Open Access ·
· Sponsored by the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization ·
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