What we do
We facilitate philosophical discussions in schools, community settings, and workplaces.
Our sessions involve active, collaborative learning. Based on games, stimuli, questions, discussion and reflection, they animate participants to grapple with big ideas on their own terms and direct their own learning. By instigating discussion among participants, and eliciting reasons and explanations from them, facilitators help participants to listen to others, and build the confidence to express and develop their own ideas.
Our approach is influenced by Philosophy for Children (P4C), the science and philosophy of embodied cognition, and the thinker and physicist Bohm, who developed a particular approach to dialogue. For more information see our Approach section.