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the growth of knowledge
Criticism scheduling and privacy
Fallibilism as a way of being and acting
Surely it is cruel to force people to live with the consequences of the ideas and preferences they had when they were children?
Unless we get children try different things, how will they ever learn which things are fun and which are not fun?
What is the psychological impact of not taking children seriously?
When a solution is not found, is it always the parents who must bear the brunt of the sacrifice?
Equal relationships with our children?! How are parents and children are equals?!
Surely children need discipline to teach them self-discipline?
Who am I to criticise someone else?
If criticism is valuable why not be more critical?
Surely criticism is always good?
How do you intervene non-coercively when one child is attacking another?
Is the purpose of taking children seriously to avoid the harm coercion would do?
What do you have against coercion?
Taking Children Seriously: a new view of children
Against ego-centric epistemology
Answering questions about Karl Popper’s epistemology
Karl Popper on the growth of knowledge