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Philosophy for Children: Philosophy Talk

Description: Given their innocent approach to things, do children make good philosophers? Or do they lack the equipment for clear-thinking? Is exposure to philosophy good for children? Or will it undermine their sense of security? John and Ken put these questions and more to an audience of Seattle children and their philosophy teacher, Jana Mohr Lone, founder and director of the Center for Philosophy for Children at the University of Washington.