Philosophy creates the right conditions for deep and constructive dialogue, thanks to very operational and practical tools such as:
– Suspending judgement : this means being able to practice active listening, not only understanding where the other is talking from (frame of reference, emotions) but also to be ready to question what we hold for certain.
– Thinking with others : this means discovering that others are vital to our own thinking and that truth is in co-construction.
The best response to an issue arises from the plurality and complementarity of ideas. It is together that we can build the most appropriate solutions.