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Ancient Paideia and P4C
Excerpt from Hannu Juuso's dissertation
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Subject: Ancient Paideia and P4C
Hannu Juuso is a doctor of pedagogy at Oulo University, Finland. In 2007 he published the dissertation Child, Philosophy and Education - Discussing the intellectual sources of philosophy for children. We are happy to publish chapter 5 from this work: "Ancient Paideia and Philosophy for Children." This chapter provides a deeper understanding of the foundations of the modern philosophy for children movement. We learn about the view of the antiquity regarding philosophy and Bildung, child and adult, and how the relationship between child and adult changed dramatically in recent times. Juuso also explains Aristotle's virtue ethics and shows how this fits, and doesn't fit in, with Matthew Lipman's Dewey-inspired pragmatism.

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