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The Philosophy Foundation promotes the use of philosophy in the public sphere, specialising in
the facilitation of philosophical conversations in education, business and the community.
We train Philosophy Graduates & Undergraduates at Universities
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RT @the_if_man: @Sue_Cowley @philosophyfound oh, and Mrs Howells!
Children need practice at thinking, just like everything else and the facilitator models for them and leads them into a wide variety of its forms. Quite frankly these sessions are clearly so empowering for them that at least once in every single one I find myself wondering why on earth this type of education is not occurring simultaneously in every school in the country.
Eugene Romain, Grinling Gibbons Primary School