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The case for teaching kids philosophy

Noting the deep ideological polarization of our time, writer Steve Neumann argues that the party primaries provide perfect examples of why we need to teach children philosophy; the Washington Post presents his essay as an argument in favor of bringing back philosophy before we increase the focus on computer sciences and other STEM disciplines.

Neumann is mostly concerned with teaching students how to think, not what to think; he isn’t proposing in-depth explorations of philosophical frameworks or teaching students what to […]

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