This is a simple blog reflecting on my practice in the teaching of Philosophy and Politics in Higher Education. The title comes from a famous quote by Martin Heidegger:

Teaching is more difficult than learning. We know that; but we rarely think about it. And why is teaching more difficult than learning? Not because the teacher must have a larger store of information, and have it always ready. Teaching is more difficult than learning because what teaching calls for is this: to let learn. […] The teacher is ahead of his apprentices in this alone, that hehas still far more to learn than they–he has to learn to let learn. (What is Called Thinking?, 15)