P4C in Australia: Interview with Gilbert Burgh by Saeed Naji

In Saeed Naji (ed.), Philosophical inquiry for children: Interviews with some leaders of philosophy for children throughout the world. Tehran, Tehran Province, Iran: Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies (2008)

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Gilbert Burgh
University of Queensland
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One in a series of interviews by Saeed Naji
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