Dr. Arthur C. Wolf is the Assistant Director at VIP4C and a researcher at the department of Human Development, Learning and Culture (HDLC) at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He is the Education Director at the Thinking Playground and previously on the executive board of the International Council for Philosophical Inquiry with Children (ICPIC). Dr. Wolf has taught courses at UBC and works with teachers and students in schools. His research concerns Affect Theory, Philosophy for Children (P4C) and the work of 20th century French philosopher Gilles Deleuze and focuses on concepts like affect, learning, immanence, thinking, and pedagogy. This involves questions like “What are the roles of affect, emotions, and feelings in thinking and learning?” and, following from that, “What does an affective conception of thinking look like?” and “What are the pedagogical implications of this?”