Aristotle's thought is coherent with the pedagogical reflection for at least two reasons. On one side because it valorizes the concreteness of human actions above all through the doctrine of virtue; on the other because, through the doctrine of the multivocity of the being, offers a theoretical perspective close to the paradigm of the sciences of education.

Mari, G., Aristotle and Pedagogy, <<ESE. ESTUDIOS SOBRE EDUCACIÓN>>, 2004; (7): 143-155 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/4026]

Aristotle and Pedagogy

Mari, Giuseppe
2005

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Aristotle's thought is coherent with the pedagogical reflection for at least two reasons. On one side because it valorizes the concreteness of human actions above all through the doctrine of virtue; on the other because, through the doctrine of the multivocity of the being, offers a theoretical perspective close to the paradigm of the sciences of education.
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Mari, G., Aristotle and Pedagogy, <<ESE. ESTUDIOS SOBRE EDUCACIÓN>>, 2004; (7): 143-155 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/4026]
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