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ICPIC 2015 – 25/06/2015 - 27/06/2015 at All Day

ICPIC-logo-EYES_400x400small1-200x200-shaded Identity and Philosophical Inquiry in an Age of Diversity
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
The Vancouver Institute of Philosophy for Children

NewAnnouncing the Keynote Speakers:Dr Kieran Egan, Dr Charles Bingham and Dr Alanaise Goodwill.  To find out more – click here:  key note speakers.
MAKE THE MOST OF IT!
PLATO, the national Philosophy Learning And Teaching Organization, will be holding its third PLATO Conference immediately following the ICPIC conference on June 29-30, 2015, at the University of Washington in Seattle. The PLATO conference theme is “Equity and Inquiry.”  Shuttle buses are available from Seattle to Vancouver – enjoy these two beautiful West Coast North American cities.  CLICK here for more details:

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Jan 2015

SOPHIA - Network meeting -May 29-3,2015 – 20/01/2015 - 31/03/2015 at All Day

SOPHIA logoCall for Papers: Think Outside the Box: freedom, free speech and free thought in philosophy with children.
SOPHIA, European Foundation for the Advancement of Philosophy with Children
29th-31st May,  Antwerpthe, Belgium.

Call for Workshops / Papers:  The Board invites proposals for  workshops or papers that look at any aspect of freedom within philosophy with children.
Ideas could include, among others: Submissions close on march 31st.

We are keen to encourage workshops that are interactive and that will give members something to ‘take-away’ from the weekend. Papers are also welcome, but we will aim to keep these to a minimum.

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  • New Book Release - Philosophy and Childhood:  Critical Perspectives and Affirmative Practices –  Walter Omar Kohan Palgrave Pivot Publishers, Aug 2014 Format: Hardcover; ebook (EPUB); ebook (PDF) ISBN: #9781137469182 This book is a critical and affirmative rationale of the Philosophy for Children movement. In the first part it offers a critique of the well known and pioneering program of Matthew Lipman. In the second part, it proposes alternative ... more...
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