Tsena Stoeva, Ph.D.
Engaging in philosophy with children isn't a set up or something prepared, it's rather spontaneous and free. Children are very active - they want to know, to tell, to ask, to show. They wonder, admire and question. That collective set of activities needs guidance towards a direction of something meaningful, fun, beautiful or just virtually good. Philosophy with children is just like a small explorer's community. Every child, via their experience, has the opportunity to unfold truth and meaning.