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(From Canberra Times)
A penchant for ''throwing ideas around'' has seen 16-year-old schoolgirl from Hall, Ebony Wimmler, publish a book on philosophy.
Launched at the National Library last night, Ms Wimmler's book Thoughts in Motion is a collection of observations on what it means to be a teenager in the 21st century, giving the nature of human experience the once-over at the same time.
The youngest Australian delegate to the Wittgenstein Symposium in Austria two years ago, Ms Wimmler has embraced philosophical thought, choosing to explore universal themes from a young woman's standpoint and publish her findings.
''As a teenager there are …