Big Ideas For Young Thinkers: 20 questions about life and the universe
The book for inquisitive children with big ideas and busy brains.
Studies show that children ask caregivers 300 questions a day...
This book teaches children to train their busy brains and think outside the box . Get lost for hours exploring puzzling questions that have stumped thinkers for years. More importantly, discover your truth by reading about a diverse range of thinkers. Drawing on influences from ancient Greeks right up to modern-day British writers, philosophy is re-imagined in this book.
Relate to the real-life experiences, explore big ideas from a range of thinkers, and decide where you stand on the issue at hand. For example, try to recall your earliest memory. Can you remember a lot or a little? Do memories make us who we are? Or do we pick and choose them to suit who we are? This is a multi-layered book to be explored again and again, revealing new opinions on every read.
Extra info in the book includes a manifesto for talking about difficult topics and managing disagreements , a glossary of terms, a timeline of key thinkers, and an index of themes.
Chapters are organized around questions, which include:
- Who am I?
- What is race?
- What is gender?
- What happens when we die?
- What is right and wrong?
- What is justice?
- What is memory?
A world-expanding book to get lost in: either individually, or as a family.
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