Seen and Not Heard: Jana Mohr Lone
Overview & Shownotes
Before Jana Mohr Lone became a philosopher, she was a lawyer who worked with families and children. She noticed that the legal system often robbed her clients of a voice. She watched with dismay as children were disempowered again and again. In her current practice as a philosopher, she’s dedicated to using philosophy to help young people experience the power of their own voices. She joins us to discuss her book, Seen and Not Heard: Why Children’s Voices Matter.
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Links to people and ideas mentioned in the show
- Teaching children philosophy with Arnold Lobel’s “Frog and Toad”
- The Philosophy of Childhood by Gary Matthews
- How to do philosophy for and with children
- John Banville
- Carol Gilligan
Thanks to Evelyn Brosius for our logo. Music featured in the show:
Coulis Coulis by Blue Dot Sessions
The Cornice by Blue Dot Sessions
Wisehart, Christiane and Lone, Jana Mohr, "Seen and Not Heard: Jana Mohr Lone" (2022). Examining Ethics Podcast. 83, Scholarly and Creative Work from DePauw University.