Philosophical thinking has no fixed location. It is constructed of tensions between different areas of culture: science, art, religion, politics, education. Therefore, in this article the philosophical pedagogy has been presented as a point of view, not a discipline with clear boundaries. The source of this perspective is the Socratic tradition, especially two of its motifs: thinking without limits and the search of the real problems. Philosophical thinking protects a background of education from becoming an ideology. It is also an effort devoted to broadening the expressivity of the sphere of education. So, we can say that philosophical pedagogy is a dynamite that disrupts some educational dreams (illusions) and simultaneously sets in motion other dreams (symbols, values).