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1. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 3
David Shapiro The Meaning of Life (I)
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What Does It Mean to Care About Someone?
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3. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 3
David Shapiro The Meaning of Life (II)
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Methow Valley Elementary School Questions
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Shyamal Patel Poem on Ethics: Deontological Delimma?
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PERSPECTIVES: Inside the Institute for the Advancement of of Children
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Oliver Butterick Activity: Playdough and Personality
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In an activity utilizing 5-15 year olds, Butterick’s participants argue whether a cylinder and string of playdough is the same physical object in a series of steps. The students record their philosophical thoughts while referencing to famous philosophers like Plato.
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Howard Schott Education, Virtue, and the Child
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Philosophy reigns supreme in Schott’s essay on virtuous and wise tales regarding people who essentially do not “[live] one’s own words before expecting others to follow them.”
9. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 3
Jennifer Hagaman The Goals Game
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Hagaman’s elementary school experiment has students lists the goals in their lives that will eventually achieve ‘happiness’. These goals range from good health to authority; yet, the article tackles gender roles, futuristic expectations through educational accomplishments, and the concept of meaning.
10. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 3
Joyce Corriero, Carolyn Q. Hickey Philosophy of Body: Children’s Perceptions
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Dialogial inquiry is proposed to second grade students in this project, and dialogue, that examines the philosophy of the human body.