The Mission of the Kids
Philosophy Slam is to give kids
a voice and to inspire kids to think by unlocking their intellectual
and creative potential through a unique and powerful philosophical
Which is More Powerful, Love or Hate?
News for the week of May 20th: Winners in all grade levels announced on May 30th. Kids Philosophy Slam Entries are currently being processed for review. The philosophical topic for 2013: Which is More Powerful, Love or Hate? The Philosopher of the Week returns next school year.
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The Kids Philosophy Slam is designed to make philosophy accessible
and fun for kids of all ages and abilities, to promote a philosophical
dialogue between kids and adults, and to promote a greater awareness
of philosophy and education in everyday life. Over $3,000 in
prizes are available to students & schools. Home school
participation as well as international participation is encouraged.
Kids Philosophy Slam has been featured on: The NBC Today Show,
The New York Times, National Public Radio, Christian Science
Monitor and TIME
Magazine for Kids
Listen to National Public Radio
Weekend Edition Saturday, May 6, 2006 - Scott
Simon on National Public Radio talks to Ryan Adams, 16,
a finalist in the 2006 Kids Philosophy Slam in Washington, D.C.
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