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101. Questions: Philosophy for Young People: Volume > 18
Dylan Park The Value of Fake Truth
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Wendy C. Turgeon Editor's Note
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beautiful or ugly? student contributions
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Jana Mohr Lone Classroom Discussion: The Beautiful and the Ugly
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Idil Kutlu The Silent Symphony
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Alexandra Tischler What Is the Relationship between Ugliness and Beauty?
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what is art? student contributions
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Melisa Gürgen Original versus Fake
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Marco Cunha Is Artistic Talent a Gift or Can It Be Taught?
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Keith Murray Art Is More Than Beauty, It’s a Whetstone
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Zach Walter Defining a Masterpiece
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Tadhg Larabee The Anatomy of Artistic Experience
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Edward D. Messerschmidt What Philosophers, Canadians, and Pygmies Tell Us About Music
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Wendy C. Turgeon Academic Philosophy Book Series Review Article: Review of the book series Academic Philosophy: An Uncommonly Creative, Imaginative and Challenging Curriculum, by Dr. Sharon Kaye (Royal Fireworks Press)
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Wendy C. Turgeon Editor’s Note
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Jana Mohr Lone Discussion on Daniel Pinkwater’s I Am the Dog
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Debi Talukdar Dog or Human? Reflections from 3rd Grade
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Laure Assayag Reflecting on Animal Consciousness: Are Children Natural Philosophers?
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Kristine Noack-Reeves Reading Jane Thayer, The Puppy Who Wanted a Boy
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Wendy Turgeon Thinking about Animals: Bumblebees to Donkeys
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Okyanus Kar Şen Why We Love and Kill Animals
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Claire Blakeley, Emma Blakeley Thinking Questions
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