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The underlying principle of Philosophy for Children (P4C) is for children and young people to experience rational and reasonable dialogue about things that matter to them and their teachers. All participants work together in a ‘community of enquiry’. The aim for each child is not to win an argument but to become clearer, more accurate and more aware of other arguments and values before reaching a conclusion.

 

This week's question was "Can you be happy and sad at the same time?"

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