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Aristotle on intellectual and character education

Show simple item record Ladikos, Anastasios 2012-03-09T06:32:53Z 2012-03-09T06:32:53Z 2010
dc.description.abstract The aim of this paper is to explain Aristotle’s views on education with specific reference to Intellectual and Character education. Aristotle asserts that the theory and practice of education in general must undoubtedly be build upon a solid foundation of a philosophy of life especially in the fields of ethics and politics. His original works of Nicomachean Ethics, Politics and Metaphysics were also consulted in this regard. The educational implications of his teachings on actuality, potentiality, causality and character formation are also discussed. Though Aristotle had the background of Athenian education in mind, yet his philosophical thoughts is of universal significance and are not restricted to any time or place. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Intellectual education en
dc.subject Character education en
dc.subject Aristotle
dc.title Aristotle on intellectual and character education en
dc.type Thesis en

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