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VOLUME 25 (2005-2006)

 
    No.1  
 
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 - Tact and Atmosphere in the Pedagogic Relationship

   Hannu Jusso and Timo Laine 1-17

 - Consensus, Caring and Community: An Inquiry into Dialogue

   Sarah Davey 18-51

 - The Sun Cannot be Hidden by a Finger, A true Story

   Gilbert Talbot 52-61

 - The Award for Excellence in Interpreting Philosophy for

   Children  

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 - A Review: Putting Young People at the Centre of the

   Discussion

   David Zyngier 65-74

 - A Contractualist Moral Philosophy

   Paul Smith 75-77

 - Review: Socratic Dialogue in Education

   Sarah Davey 78-79

 - Folktales and Philosophy for Children

   Mark Bobro 80-88

Talking Globally

   David Kennedy 89-102

 - MI=MI=CI: Could  Multidisciplinary Instruction, and

   A Community of Inquiry, Sum Up to Math Engagement?

   Janice-Lynn Shuhan 103 - 111

         
 
   No.3  
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 - Trinitarian Stewarship and the Limits of Socialism and

   Capitalism

   Eric Manchester,Ph. D 1 - 22

 - Learning to Dialogue in Kindergarden, A Case Study

   Marie-France Daniel 23 - 52

 - Thoughtful Dialogue

   Tammy L. McLeod  53 - 58

 - Reasoning with Paradoxes in a Community

   Nadia Stoyanova Kennedy 59 - 70

 
   
 

VOLUME 24 (2005-2004)

 
 
   No.1  
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Community Dynamics and the Ethics of Learning: Russian and
    American Models

   Thomas W. Zelman 1 - 8

 - Art and Service

   Larry Hostetter and David Stratton 9 - 19
 - Teaching to Prevent Burnout in the Helping Professions
   Debra Daehn Zell 20 - 25

- Teaching through Charite: The Role of Confession in Augustine

   and Langlad
   Randy Hude 26 - 32
 - Philosophy in Service: A Philosophy for Children Workshop
   Jennifer Hovkenbery 33 - 36
 - Debating the Genetics Utopia: Can Therapeutic Cloning Exist to
   Serve the Good Health?

   Mark Repenshek 37 - 44
 - Service and Social Change: Catholic Worker Perspectives on

   Bridging the Gap
   Dan McKanan 45- 51
 - A Critical Assessment of Service
   Edward Lorenz 52 - 68
BOOK REVIEWS
 - Good for Us
   Trevor Curnow 69 - 70
 - The Ethics of Assisted Reproduction
   Susanne Gibson 71 - 72
 - Bringing Philosophy to the Classroom
   Sarah Davey 73 - 75
 - Does a Fly Have Mind?
   Phil Carn 76 - 77

 
   
 
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 - A Practical Guide to Fostering Critical Thinking in First Grade
   Through Graduate School Using Children’s Literature, in
   Particular Picture Books

   Gerrard Vallone 78 - 85
 - Self Observation and Inquiry in the Generation of Emotional  

   Intelligence
   Ann Gazzard 86 - 95
 - Multiculturalism: Politics of Difference, Education and

   Philosophy for Children
   Wendy Turgeon 96 - 109
 - Paradoxical Nature of Facilitation in Community Inquiry
   Pavel Lushyn 110 - 115
 - Balancing Acts: Considering Spherical Interests and Meta-

   Spherical Standards in the Thought of Amy Gutmann and David

   Blanker and in the Workings of International Human Rights

   Discourse
   Gregory Bynum 116 - 130
 - Reason vs. Will for Altruism: Some Implications for Moral

   Education
   Jinwahn Park and Hyo-Chong Park 131 - 143
BOOK REVIEWS
 - Growing Volkish Identity in the Third Reich
   Brian Lee Knutson and Keith A Knutson 144 - 149
 - Watching Philosophy
   Trevor Curnow 150 - 151
 - Founding Father
   Trevor Curnow 152 - 153
 - A Glimpse of African Thought
   Trevor Curnow 154 - 155

   
 

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