Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children
The Journal of the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children
Matthew Lipman, Founding Editor
Thinking: The Journal of Philosophy for Children was published by the Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children, a non-profit educational institute at Montclair State University, from 1979 through 2014. It was a peer-reviewed forum for the work of theorists and practitioners of philosophical practice with children. It published philosophical argument and reflection, classroom transcripts, curricula, empirical research, and reports from the field. The journal also published articles in the hermeneutics of childhood, a field of intersecting disciplines including cultural studies, social history, philosophy, art, literature and psychoanalysis.
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· ISSN 0190-3330 (print) · Quarterly · Print copies of some issues still available from IAPC ·
· ISSN 2380-6370 (online) · Online access includes all issues, volume 1-20 (1979-2014) ·
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