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Philosophy of educationEducation has been part of the human society from the very beginning. The fact that their education should secure ends other than access to the most selective social positions—ends such as artistic appreciation, the kind of self-knowledge that humanistic study can furnish, or civic virtue—is deemed irrelevant according to Rawls’s principle.Philosophy of education

Steiner’s theory of child development divides education into three discrete developmental stages predating but with close similarities to the stages of development described by Piaget Early childhood education occurs through imitation; teachers provide practical activities and a healthy environment.

It is for this reason that the Christian school gives emphasis to the humanities: the study of man’s language, his literature, his artistic achievements, the record of his history, the logic of his mathematical reasoning, and other forms of his personal and cultural expression.

The same principle of timely important values applies to pre historic times when instead the organization …

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