Does a tree that falls down in the forest make a sound even if no one hears it?
Philosophers have been dealing with such and similar questions since ancient times. And school philosophy lessons in philosophy also use the question as a starting point for his interest in knowledge. We are interested in the big questions. In simplified terms, they are called Kant:
What can I know? What do you want me to do? What can I hope for? What is man?
Along these questions, the philosophy course accompanies and promotes the development of all knowledge and comprehension skills of children and young adults. He wants to practice thoughtfulness and by clarifying our ideas he serves to enlighten our lives. The pupils learn to think for themselves, to deal with the ideas of others and to deal consistently and logically with their own ideas at all times.
The project will involve students thinking about their favourite books when they were younger and thinking about which books interest them now, then sharing this information with students in the other country.