Objects & Places from Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education: A Biographical Introduction

Gerald L. Gutek
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Gentleman

This is a term defined by Confucius as the ideal individual who has achieved the goal to which all others aspire.

Polis

This is the term, according to Plato, that refers to the individual political entities that are city-states of the Mediterranean Sea region.

Lyceum

This is the term that refers to the school founded by Aristotle.

Orator

This is a term that refers to a rhetorician or public speaker according to Quintilian.

Scholastic Method

This is a term that refers to a method of organized knowledge with principles and systematic logic.

Renaissance

This is the name of a term and period of time that designates revival or renewal of interest in humanist dimensions of life and culture.

Protestant ethic

This is a term Calvin used that affects how American schools and towns were governed based on the social and economic well-being of a middle class and...

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