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VOLUME 23 (2004-2003)

 
    No.1  
 
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 - From the Republic of Letters to the Empire of Email: A

   Comparison between Eighteenth Century Discussion Culture

   and a Philosophical Enquiry Project on the Internet
   Richard Anthone and Steve Williams 1 - 9
 - Philosophy for Children Adapted to Mathematics: A Study of

   its Impact on the Evolution of Affective Factors
   Louis Lafortune, Marie-France Daniel, Pierre Mongeau and

   Richard Pallascio 10 - 25
 - Introduction to Hospitality
   Richard Kyte 26 - 27

 - Hospitality in the Context of Academic Life
   Peter R. Gathje 28 - 34
 - Hospitality in the Prison Writings of Kim Dae-Jung
   Arthur Sutherland 35 - 39
 - Preserving Hospitality through Faith-Based Funding
   Eric Manchestern 40 - 50
 - Strangers in Our Midst: From Tolerance to Hospitality
   Gertrude Conway 51 - 57
BOOK REVIEWS
 - Who Owns What and What For?
   Larry Harwood 58 - 61
 - Tolerance and Hospitality as Virtues
   Storm Bailey 62 - 68
 - Tipper Discovers Statistics
   Berrie Heesen 69 - 71
 - Paying Attention
   Mike Cross 72 - 76
 - Making Choices
   Susanne Gibson 77- 81
 - Tracing the Roots
   Sarah Davey 82 - 83

 
       
         
   
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 - The Role of the Community of Inquiry in the Process of

   Knowing
   Carla Carreras Plana
84 - 96
 - An Integrated Approach to Teaching Sociology: Merging

   Theory and Practice When Studying Women Offenders
   Joseph R. Franco  
97 - 102
 -
Power, Manipulation and Control in a Community of Inquiry
   Pavel Lushyn and David Kennedy
103 - 110

 - Introduction to Community

   Richard Kyle 111
 - Reforming MacIntyre: Reflections on a Tradition-based, 

   Ethics-oriented Curriculum Transformation
   Paul Jeffries
112 - 122
 - Genetics in Community: Understanding Difference for Growth

   and Development
   Mark Repershek
123 - 130
 - Community and When it is Not: Reflections in Literature
   Lewis Pearson
131 - 136
BOOK REVIEWS

 - Towards a Consensus on Beauty
   Tim Weldon
137 - 142
 - Education for Escaping the Cave: What Socrates Says About

   Teaching Children to be Just
   Jennifer Hockenbery
143 - 146
 - The Catholic Church and Censorship in Literature, Books,

   Drama and Film
   Aurelie Hagstrom
147 - 156
 - The World of Dialogue
   Gilbert Burgh
162 - 164
 - Words
   Per Jespersen and Andreas Bertelsen
157 - 161
 - Home Grown Resources
   Tim Sprod
165 - 169

         
 
 

VOLUME 22 (2003-2002)

 
 
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- The Web Wanderer

   Jen Glaser 1 - 3

 - Standarts, Equity, and the Curriculum of Life

   John Portelli and Ann Vilbert 4 - 19

 - Encouraging the Discouraged: Student’s Views for Elementary

   Classrooms

   Julia Ellis, Susan Hart, and Jan Small-McGingley Blind 20 - 36

 - Philosophy for Children in China: A Late Preliminary Anti-

   Report  

   David Kennedy and Walter Kohan 37 - 49

 - A Few Psychological Projections into the Philosophy for Children 

   Experience

   Pavlo Lushyn 50 - 57

 - Tipper’s Two Drawers

   Berrie Heesen 58 - 61

 - Why Tipper is not Bald!

   Berrie Heesen 62 - 66

BOOK REVIEWS

 - Freedom

   Tim Weldon 67 - 70

 - Engaging up to a Point

   Trevor Curnow 71 - 72

 - An Ethic of Authenticity

   Mike Cross 73 - 79

 - Blind Men and Elephants

   Susan Elinor Wright 80 - 83

 - Asking Questions

   Lorna Crossman 84 - 88

 
   
 
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 - Towards Integrated Learning: An Experiment with Linked

   Classes  

   Linda Anstendig, Gerard Vallone and Joseph Franco 89 - 94

 - Appendix A

   Richard Wilber, Edwin Arlington Robison, Wallace Stevens 95-

   96

 - How Has Involvement with Philosophy for Children Changed

   How I/We Understand Philosophy

   Dale Cannon 97 - 105

 - When Teachers Philosophize on their Practice: Collaborative

   Inquiry Research and the Proffesional Development of

   Teachers

   Julia Ellis, Susan Hart, and Jan Small-McGingley 106 - 114

 - Pedagogical Openness

   Sandra Wilde 115 - 124

 - Staff Development in Critical Thinking Skills for Secondary

   School Teachers Across the Curriculum: Definition and Concept

   Development

   Phyllis Fahrie Edelson and Gerard Vallone125 - 135

 - Philosophy, Power and Performance

   Darcy Hall 136 - 155

 - Stay Tuned
   Per Jespersen 156 - 159

BOOK REVIEWS

 - No Easy Answers

   John Burch Hanging 160 - 161

 - Hanging Together

   Trevor Curnow 162 - 163

 - Monologism, Dialogism, Monoglossia, Polyglossia and

   Heteroglossia

   Trevor Curnow 164 - 165

   
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