Philosophy for Children - Epistemology - Cartesian Scepticism - Certainty

Philosophy for Children - Epistemology - Cartesian Sceptic
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This is a Philosophy for Children lesson and discussion plan which delves into epistemology. It takes a look at Cartesian Scepticism, which involves the most famous quote in all of philosophy: I think, therefore, I am. The aim of this lesson is to get students thinking about what they can be absolutely certain of, if anything.

Recommended for Year 3 and up and to senior high school.
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