Pomegranates – a review by Pieter Mostert

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Pieter Mostert shares his thoughts on the book Philosophy for Girls - An Invitation to the Life of Thought by Melissa Shew & Kimberly Garchar. 


Posted by Lucia Araniyasundaran on 6th July 2021 at 12:00am

Category: Philosophy

Tags: philosophy, philosophy for girls, Book Review

Book Review: Ethics and the Contemporary World

A book showing the need for philosophy in contemporary times. A review by Léa Bourguignon of Ethics and the Contemporaty World, edited by David Edmonds.

Posted by Emma Worley on 7th August 2019 at 12:00am

Category: Philosophy

Tags: Book Review

Book Review: 'Mindfulness and The Big Questions'

Review of 'Mindfulness and The Big Questions: Philosophy for Now'. In this book author Ben Irvine proposes using mindfulness to answer the Big Questions that we all face during our lives. 


Posted by TPF Admin on 29th September 2017 at 12:00am

Tags: Mindfulness, Book Review, philosophy

Book review: ‘Provocations: Philosophy for Secondary Schools’ by David Birch

Oddly, very few books exist to help teachers foster philosophical enquiry among high schoolers. Of these few, David Birch’s Provocations is a standout, distinguished by the originality, breadth and richness of its material.

Posted by Lubos Remplik on 14th May 2014 at 12:00am

Category: P4C, Guest Blogger

Tags: Michelle Sowey, David Birch, Provocations, Book Review, Philosophy for teenagers