Welcome to our #BookOfTheWeek 'The Philosophy Shop'

18 October 2017

‹Click here for more information on our book of the week and the chance to purchase your own copy of ˜The Philosophy Shop™ by Peter Worley.

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œTeaching philosophy to children has been shown to sharpen reasoning and communication - Click here to watch Emma and Peter Worley discussing the topic of teaching philosophy to children.

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