Can a Rabbit be a Scientist?

Pieter Mostert reflects on his philosophy class of 8 and 9 year olds grappling with the ideas in philosophy and science. 

Posted by Emma Worley on 12th November 2019 at 12:00am


Category: Philosophy

Tags: philosophy for children, Science, Wittgenstein

Book Review: Who the Hell is Friedrich Nietzsche?

Who the Hell is Friedrich Nietzsche?: And what is his philosophy all about? by Oliver Dixon reviewed by Jamie Corish.

Posted by Emma Worley on 30th October 2019 at 12:00am


Category: Philosophy

Book Review: Ethics and the Contemporary World

A book showing the need for philosophy in contemporary times. A review by Léa Bourguignon of Ethics and the Contemporaty World, edited by David Edmonds.

Posted by Emma Worley on 7th August 2019 at 12:00am


Category: Philosophy

Tags: Book Review

Our philosophy evening at Subplot57 - 24th April 2019

This blog is about our montlhy event at SubPlot57. Join us for convivial conversations around philosophy and life at SubPlot57 underneath Leaf and Groove on the final Wednesday of every month. There is a bar available during the evening where you can purchase soft drinks, wine, beer and gin. Drinking and thinking with new friends

Posted by Emma Worley on 25th April 2019 at 12:00am


Category: Philosophy

Tags: Think and Drink, Shakespeare

Young Philosophers do Fashion!

Our Young Philosophers Project has just completed its third year.  On our most recent trip, we took our group to visit the Istituto Marangon - a school of fashion, in Shoreditch.  There we learned a great deal about what the fashion insiders like to call 'The Industry', and where the inspiration for everyone's taste and choice of clothes come from... who's deciding what we should wear and what we should think looks good?

Posted by Joe Tyler on 16th July 2018 at 12:00am


Category: Philosophy, P4C

Tags: Young Philosophers, Fashion, Identity