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Aristotle

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Transcript of Aristotle

Confucius
“‘I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.’”
-Confucius
Similarities
Aristotle
“‘Anything that we have to learn to do we learn by the actual doing of it… We become just by doing just acts, temperate by doing temperate ones, brave by doing brave ones.’”
-Aristotle
By Danielle Wynkoop
and Kirsten Hunter
Aristotle and Confucius On Education
Aristotle
Confucius
Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who taught many people including Alexander the Great. He had his own school and taught a variety of subjects.
Confucius was a Chinese philosopher who taught his ideals, views, and beliefs to others. He wanted to influence as many people as he could with his teachings.
Meaning
:
Aristotle is saying that people need to practice what they've been taught, and they need to do what their learning to fully understand it
His Views:
He believed that education makes a person virtuous, and a virtuous person has reason. He thought that reason was needed to make a person intellectual
He believed people should learn by doing things
He thought that education should be a person's main priority to live a happy life
He believed that parents should teach you throughout your childhood, and it was the state's job to educate you after
Meaning
:
A person is more likely to understand something if it's a hands-on activity, rather than just hearing about it
His Views:
He believed a person should be hands-on with what they're learning to fully retain it
He thought that education should teach character and provide them with the necessary skills to make decisions
He believed people should be taught to live with integrity
He believed in the traditional values in education
He thought that once you master a skill, you should share and teach it to others
They both believed that the way you should should be hands-on
They both believed that education should teach who someone is as an individual and how they should act in society
They both thought that education should follow and teach common morals and virtue
They both thought that knowledge is an important role in life
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