Chile


by Amanda Labarca - 1939

A discussion of liberal education must begin with an analysis of the meaning of the term. According to Aristotle, the aim of liberal education is learning which is identical with what he considered man's ultimate goal: the attainment of wisdom and reasoning. The process by which a liberal education was acquired was, according to his theories, the highest of man's faculties, and that which makes knowledge possible.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1939, p. 53-64
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15042, Date Accessed: 2/22/2020 3:20:57 PM

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