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RT @Abebab: An ant colony has memories that its individual members don’t have – https://t.co/M7PU1ybiv1 via @aeonmag
RT @PhilosophyNow: "If having animals put to sleep when they are in chronic pain or distress is so right for animals, how can it be so wron…
In January we are starting a new adult philosophy group @Leafandgroove's new community space Subplot57 (v. clever guys!) Drinking & thinking wi...
RT @the_if_man: @AndyWPhilosophy @NigelStobbs Just looked in my book 40 lessons to get children thinking. In it, I do refer to 'contradicti…
RT @the_if_man: @AndyWPhilosophy @NigelStobbs It's worrying they can't see contraries, but maybe it makes sense because lawyers can only th…
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
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