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Teaching Philosophy to Children

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Teaching Philosophy to Children

Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now talks to Peter Worley, who runs The Philosophy Shop, and John Holroyd, an A-level philosophy teacher, about teaching philosophy to school children from as young as four. First broadcast on 19 May 2011 on Resonance FM.

Duration: 54min 56sec (Download 50MB)

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