• Issue 6
    Vol. 2 No. 6 (2022)

    State of contents

    The P4C approach as a promoter of dialogical creative thinking based on the teachers' perception                                                                                                                                   - Mahmoud Zoabi, Florin Lobont    pag. 1-26

    The relationship between philosophical and psychological counselling: where do we stand?                                                                                                                                                                           - Alina Dalcu       pag. 27-52

    Philosophy for Children and respect as a value in preschool education                                                                                                                                                                                                     - Yael Dafna Talias        pag. 53-63 

    The teachers' perception of the factors that promote the cultivation of creative thinking                                                                                                                                                                 - Mahmoud Zoabi             pag. 64-98


  • Special Issue
    Vol. 2 No. 5 (2022)

    International Declaration for Cooperation, Peace and Philosophy     (English version)             pag. 1-20

  • Issue 4
    Vol. 2 No. 4 (2022)

    State of contents

    Philosophical practice with corporal actions                                              - David Sumiacher    pp.   1-16

    Philosophical counseling: a new profession in Romania                          - Vasile Hategan       pp. 17-27

    The Metaphorical Load of Philosophical Consultations in Psychotherapy

                                                                                                                       - Anca-Cornelia Tiurean     pp. 28-42

    Women’s Circles and Philosophical Practice                                                  - Ramona Todor     pp. 43-60

  • Issue 3
    Vol. 1 No. 3 (2021)

    State of contents

    Ethical Problems in Business Contexts and Philosophical Practice as a Way of Dealing with Them

                                                                                                                                  - André Almeida     pp.  1-13

    Pretext of Friendship. Introduction to Philosophical Counseling       - Annalisa Rossi           pp. 14-29

    The impact of digitalization on the leisure time of today’s youth - Elena Salganova, 

                                                                                                    Liydmila Belova, Natalia Gafner        pp. 30-47

    The Role of Philosophical Counselling in Alleviating Alienation               - Adriana Vlaicu     pp. 48-60

    Challenges regarding the educational journeys of Israeli teenagers to Poland.

    Can P4C help teachers tackle them?                                                                  - Dorit Barak     pp. 61-74

    Corporal Action and Philodrama in Philosophical Pract   -  Mike Roth,  David Sumiacher     pp. 75-79

    Tomorrow in the Outer Space Remember the Dreaming                            -  Ilinca Stroe       pp. 80-93

  • Issue 2
    Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021)

    State of contents

    No Mind is an Island. On ‘mental illness’ and the reciprocity of minds - Peter Raabe          pp. 1-21

    Philosophical practice at the crossroads: the road to professionalism - Vasile Hategan     pp. 22-27

    The Denial of Death in Technological Culturalism: The Drive To Be A Modern Hero

                                                                                                                                 - Andrew Keltner    pp. 28-36

    Ethics and business: impact in the field of accounting profession - Georgiana Tircovnicu pp. 37-45

    Can Self-Love be cultivated through Phronesis? - Valeria Chiorescu                                        pp. 46-63

  • Issue 1
    Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021)

    State of contents

    Philosophical practice: Interdisciplinary links with other fields - Vasile Hațegan                 pp. 1-8

    The Language Game of Europe: Politics, Identity and the Divided - Aleksandar Fatic        pp. 9-20

    On the professionalization of philosophical counselling in a world dominated                                                                                        by the pandemic crisis - Florin Lobonț                                                                                   pp. 21-27  

    Philosophical Couseling and Linoliness: An Interdisciplinary Approach - Ben Mijuskovic pp. 28-37

    Experiential Philosophical Practice -  José Barrientos Rastrojo                                                pp. 38-40               

    Practicing philosophical counselling with teams in corporate environment - Camelia Corin pp. 41-50

    Philosophical Café: A philosophical dialogue and/or therapy? Marina Katinić & Luka Janeš pp. 51-62