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On the epistemological features promoted by 'Philosophy for Children' and their psychological advantages when incorporated into RE

Bibliographic reference van der Straten Waillet, Nastasya ; Possoz, Cécile ; Roskam, Isabelle. On the epistemological features promoted by 'Philosophy for Children' and their psychological advantages when incorporated into RE. In: British Journal of Religious Education, (2014)
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