ARISTOTLE’S EDUCATIONAL IDEAS

Vo Van Dung, Do Thi Thuy Trang, Bui Thi Khanh Vy

Abstract


Aristotle (384-322 BC) was a great thinker, an encyclopedic brain of ancient Greek science and philosophy. Perhaps few people know him as an educator who brought out extremely deep opinions about subjects, program contents, role of education, etc. nearly 2500 years ago. In all his researching life, he has many scientific works that are meticulous and scientifically valuable aimed at bringing “the best things” for humans. In the book Politics - although educational ideas are not the main contents of the book, they are presented quite closely by Aristotle – positive factors are included and have been very important up to now.

 

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idea, education, reform

References


Aristotle (1999). The Politics. Translated in to English by Benjamin Jowett, Batoche Books, Kitchener.

Aristotle, The Complete Works of Aristotle: The Revised Oxford Translation, Vol. 2 (Bollingen Series LXXI-2) by Aristotle.

Plato (1955), The Republic, Translated in to English by B.Jowett, M.A, Vintage books a Division of random house, New York.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.339

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