How far is the moon?

How far is the moon? Hi little philosophers, today our philosophy lesson will be a little different than usual. In fact, I will ask you a question: how far is the moon? No, I don’t mean in terms of kilometers but in terms of imagination and dreams. Have you ever imagined to travel in spaceContinua a leggere “How far is the moon?”

Quanto è lontana la luna?

Quanto è lontana la luna? Bambini, oggi la nostra lezione di filosofia sarà un po’ diversa dal solito. Infatti vi porrò una domanda: quanto è lontana la luna? No, non intendo in termini di chilometri ma in termini di immaginazione e di sogni. Avete mai immaginato di viaggiare nello spazio e di raggiungere il suoloContinua a leggere “Quanto è lontana la luna?”

Ability and duty to choose: Søren Kierkegaard

Ability and duty to choose: Søren Kierkegaard Little dear philosophers, Have you ever had to choose between two or more equally attractive proposals, or have you ever thought what it would have been like if you had made one decision rather than another? Making choices is part of our life: it gives us the opportunityContinua a leggere “Ability and duty to choose: Søren Kierkegaard”

Friendship and Enmity according to Empedocle

Friendship and Enmity according to Empedocle Welcome back little philosophers to our monthly space. Today we will start with two words that will guide our lesson: are you ready to start?The terms in question will be Philia and Neikos. The first word corresponds to Friendship while the second to Enmity. Empedocle used them in hisContinua a leggere “Friendship and Enmity according to Empedocle”

Amicizia ed Inimicizia secondo Empedocle

Amicizia ed Inimicizia secondo Empedocle Bentornati piccoli filosofi allo spazio mensile dedicato a voi. Oggi partiremo da due parole che fungeranno da guida proprio per la nostra lezione: siete pronti? I termini in questione saranno Philia e Neikos. La prima parola corrisponde ad Amicizia mentre la seconda ad Inimicizia. Ad averle usate nelle proprie indaginiContinua a leggere “Amicizia ed Inimicizia secondo Empedocle”

Love according to Plato

Hello little thinkers and welcome back to our monthly appointment with the philosophical thought. Are you curious to discover the topic of February and to know the philosopher who will accompany us during our reflections? Good. So let’s start. What month are we in? February. And February is the month of… Yes, exactly. This isContinua a leggere “Love according to Plato”


Welcome children to the space dedicated to you and your questions, thoughts, ideas and philosophical reflections. From today, my little philosophers, we continue a path interrupted some time ago and we do it with a topic that concerns us all closely: friendship. As good thinkers, we are not satisfied by the obvious but, as detectiveContinua a leggere “Friendship”


Benvenuti bambini allo spazio dedicato a voi e ai vostri quesiti, pensieri, idee e riflessioni filosofiche. Da oggi, miei piccoli filosofi, ricominciamo un percorso interrotto qualche tempo fa e lo facciamo con un argomento che riguarda tutti noi da vicino: l’amicizia. Da bravi pensatori non ci accontentiamo dell’ovvio ma, da detective quali siamo, indaghiamo cercandoContinua a leggere “L’amicizia”

The origin of everything

The origin of everything Dear little philosophers, how are you all? Are you enjoying your summer holiday? I really hope you don’t spend all the day with your smartphone but also with other activities, like reading books, going out with your friends, walking but above all playing. However, even if you are on holiday weContinua a leggere “The origin of everything”

Philosophy lessons for children

Philosophy lessons for children When we talk about philosophy, we often think of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle and imagine them while they are formulating questions, hypotheses or are elaborating theories and concepts. But who said that all this should be the prerogative of the great thinkers of the past? In everyone of us there isContinua a leggere “Philosophy lessons for children”