I. Introduction to Socratic Questioning Socratic questioning, named after the classical Greek philosopher Socrates, is a method of systematic inquiry used to stimulate critical thinking and to illuminate ideas. Its purpose is to challenge assumptions, expose contradictions, and lead individuals to their own conclusions. It is a form of dialogue that encourages deep thinking and
Deep Inquiry is a methodical approach that involves asking profound, thought-provoking questions to explore complex issues deeply. It is a critical tool for researchers, educators, and anyone seeking to gain a more profound understanding of a subject or to solve intricate problems.