What is it to question well? Or, to rephrase, what is the goal of questioning? its end? It’s telos? Or, specifically, what is the purpose of this question, or this series of questions? Can one question well or poorly, are all question equal?
Do we expect answers? always? Of what kind? Are all questions, in other terms, merely premeditated answers? Are they expressions of doubt, or desires for knowledge? Are they the end product of wonderment, or the angry children of self-validation? Are they the brave manifestation of curiosity, or the cowardly attempt to undermine everything?
Is there such a thing as a neutral question? Aren’t all questions pointed, shaped, phrased specifically to lead you to answer a certain way? Are ‘how do we ask questions’ and ‘why do we ask questions’ different questions? Are we the only beings which questions? If so, what causes this? If not, then who else? Is there such a thing as a rhetorical question? Is there such a thing as a non-rhetorical question?
What is education? The ability to answer questions? Or the ability to ask them? OR, the ability to ask them well? … or to summarize… what is it to question well?