Philosophy at School

Oct 12, 2017 | Education

I have found this article interesting teaching philosophy at school, but almost more interesting that it hasn’t happened on a regular basis and on a broader scale? Isn’t that what life is all about, expressing, articulating, listening, allowing differing opinions, open minds and learning in that way social interactions that are probably not always happening on the home front.

Can only commend the principle of Malabar Public School for that initiative.

“They’re so much more articulate, you see it even when you’re having discussions outside philosophy, and you see it in their writing too, that ability to reason and the skills to back up their arguments,”

 

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