question but other people did. One person said the decided who was the most important by were they stood in the room. Another person said they based their opinion on how important a person is by the way they dress. After a couple more people gave their answer the told us he asked this question to show us that we all had prejudices. That as future teachers the best way to manage a classroom was by knowing our prejudices
then, philosophy as the pursuit of wisdom, and why, then, Paideia? The answer, I think, is that the justification for both philosophy and Paideia has an ethical grounding, and can only really be articulated, if indeed it still can be, in virtue-based terms.