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Whatever image you’ve got, you’ve likely pictured an adult. But the truth is that philosophy with kids is more common on preschool playgrounds than college campuses. That might sound odd, since we tend to think of kids as limited and literal thinkers. For a long time, that’s the picture developmental psychology painted. Jean Piaget famously argued that all kids move through a set of developmental stages, arriving at the capacity for abstract thought at about age 12. The process gets progressively steeper: From early literacy (first years) until late ones (late one), there isn't enough room left over among childhood's poteintelligencential intelligence to go further – not by any reasonable estimate — before reaching adulthood and becoming totally lost beyond words (more generally).
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