A group of SPS and SPGS pupils were fortunate to take part in a prestigious philosophy event.
The small of group of Year 13 students (SPS Upper Eighth) presented their experimental philosophy research at the Joint Session of the Aristotelian and Mind Societies philosophy conference at the University of Edinburgh last weekend.
Their audience largely comprised of philosophy undergraduates, postgraduates and faculty members. This is a very impressive achievement for the students and their respective schools.
The group discussed the works of Professor Richard Holton of Cambridge University, pictured above with two SPS boys, who was also in attendance.
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