of the Week
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week. This new offering includes a brief biography
and famous quotes of the featured philosopher, ideas for lesson
plans, and links to related philosopher sites!
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week each and every week through March! If you have suggestions
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to philosophy for kids.
Matthews, Gareth B. Dialogues with
Children. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1984.
Matthews, Gareth B. Philosophy and
the Young Child. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press,
1980.Matthews, Gareth B. The Philosophy
of Childhood. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press,
1994.Thomas, Henry and Dana Lee Thomas. Living
Biographies of Great Philosophers. Garden City, NY: Garden
City Publishing Co, Inc., 1941.Weate, Jeremy. A Young Persons
Guide To Philosophy: "I Think, Therefore I Am."
New York: DK Pub., 1998. Loeper, John J. Men of Ideas. New
York: Antheneum, 1970.Ozmon, Howard. Twelve Great Philosophers.
Mankato, MN: Oddo Publishing, 1968.Marti-Ibanez, Felix, ed. Tales of Philosophy.
New York: C.N. Potter, 1967.
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