Philosophy Lesson For Kids: Definition & Questions


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Philosophy is different from the scientific method because _____

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1. Philosophy means the 'love of wisdom'. What might a philosopher study?

2. In order to argue a philosophical idea, one might use logic. What does logic mean?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

To see how much you know about philosophy, answer these questions on topics like how philosophy differs from the scientific method and what a philosopher studies. After you finish the online quiz, you'll get your score automatically.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Consider these bullet points for the quiz/worksheet:

  • Definition of 'logic'
  • Philosophy's influence on other areas of study
  • 'Deduction' and what it means

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key words - make sure that you know the definitions of important words from the lesson, like 'deduction' and 'logic'
  • Noticing differences - compare topics from the lesson, such as philosophy and the scientific method
  • Remembering details - remember what you've learned about the things a philosopher studies

Additional Learning

You can learn more with the lesson we've named Philosophy Lesson for Kids: Definition & Questions. After you read or watch the lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • Define 'experimentation'
  • Identify the different branches of philosophy
  • Go over a brief history of philosophy in the Western world
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