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Philosophy in History: Tudor Dilemmas

By Tom Bigglestone | June 17, 2024

“History is philosophy teaching by examples,” as someone thought someone wrote someone wrote. This week, some Tudor examples of how to spark interest in history by presenting the dilemmas faced by king, queens or subjects. Also, a whole calendar of events where you can learn from Tom and I about how to improve oracy and thinking in …

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