When is a Question not a Question? This is an interesting question for exploring meaning and language, in particular the difference between the literal meaning of what is said and how it is used or understood. Rhetorical questions, sarcastic questions, asking oneself a question are all possible answers. As, often, are utterances finishing with “isn’t it”, “aren’t they” etc.…

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This week, a stimulus that raises some themes that might be of interest, and an argument game that I have found excellent for promoting engagement on Zoom. Also, continued by popular demand, we add new dates for the Zoom for P4C Teachers sessions, please check our online shop for the latest dates. The Baboon on…

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This week, a circular story, a philosophical exercise and a few comments that all connect to the stoic practice of negative visualisation, which is a much more positive thing than it sounds! The Story A homeless man sat on the street with his dog. He saw a woman leaving her house and thought, “I wish…

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