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vol. 12 (1)Ontology and phenomenology of movement
Edited by Barcaro Marco; Duicu Dragoş
The philosophical concept of movement designates any process that modifies reality (be it human or non-human)
vol. 11 (1)Didactics of philosophy and philosophical practices
Edited by Zanetti Luca; Zippel Nicola
One of the chief concerns of philosophical thinking is the question on how to teach philosophy
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