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STUDENT A’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student B)

1)

What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘philosophy’?

2)

Do you like philosophy?

3)

Do you think philosophy is important?

4)

What’s your philosophy on life?

5)

Would you like to study philosophy?

6)

What’s the difference between Western philosophy and other philosophies?

7)

What can philosophy teach you?

8)

What’s your philosophy on studying English?

9)

Have you ever read any philosophy books?

10)

What is the most basic philosophy that humans should follow?


 
 

STUDENT B’s QUESTIONS (Do not show to Student A)

1)

What exactly is philosophy?

2)

Is philosophy difficult?

3)

Who’s the greatest philosopher you know of?

4)

What’s your philosophy of education?

5)

Do you think modern philosophy is different from ancient philosophy?

6)

Do you get philosophical if you drink alcohol?

7)

Is there a link between philosophy and religion?

8)

What things do you think you’d study in a philosophy course?

9)

Do only intellectual people talk about philosophy?

10)

Would a person living in a rich part of New York, a jungle dweller, and someone living in a shanty town in an overcrowded developing world city share the same philosophy?


 


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