Teaching philosophy to children?

A necessary existential shock Children should not be taught philosophy.Because we must already acquire certainties before questioning them.Because it is necessary to build a core identity, to define a personality, before fleshing it out and extending it to all reality.Because we must discover, at some point, that the assurance we have built for ourselves is … Read more

Anti-note activism

The grading of students is regularly criticized. As a result, this method of evaluation will gradually disappear in favour of controlling the acquisition of knowledge. Can we completely replace one with the other? I will show that the anti-note discourse is blind, obscuring the presence of the social collective. Is the grading reductive? The first … Read more