Meeting the Ignos

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FriesenPress, Apr 26, 2018 - Philosophy - 92 pages
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Let Immanuel, the fox, and his “Igno” friends take you on an ignoble adventure. With a detailed parent/teacher guide and philosophical dictionary, adults can use this book to reason together with youngsters about how best to discover ways to overcome “igno” obstacles to good thinking and view such encounters as opportunities for learning and growth.
The ultimate goal of this book is to facilitate “reasoned dialogue” between children, and between children and adults, so that all who engage in this “ignoble adventure” will come to embrace “reasoning with others” as the best possible process whereby we can all become the best that we can be.
 

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Dr. Susan T. Gardner is a Professor of Philosophy at Capilano University in North Vancouver, Canada. She is the co-director of the Vancouver Institute of Philosophy for Children (www.vip4c.ca) and the director of P4C camps held at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford BC (thinkingplayground.org). She is vice-president of ICPIC (The International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children).
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Arthur Wolf is the assistant director of the Vancouver Institute of Philosophy for Children (VIP4C) and the education director of P4C camps held at the University of the Fraser Valley. He is a doctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia, on the executive of ICPIC, has worked with UNESCO, and on P4C projects in West Africa, Japan and Canada.

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