“What colour was Theseus’s ship?”
“Does Locke’s prisoner have an Xbox?”
“Were there sprinkles on the donut?”
These questions are likely familiar to anyone who has attempted to run a philosophy session with primary school children – but how do you guide the discussion to more conceptual questions?
Writing for the Australian Curriculum Studies Association, PhD student Rosie Scholl explains how the ‘Question Quadrant’ technique can help.