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Behind every school and every teacher is a set of related beliefs-a philosophy of education-that influences what and how students are taught. The Philosophy of Education Seminars are directed towards the theoretical reflections of pedagogical and learning processes with regard to philosophical positions and contemporary controversies (education politics and reforms, didactics, cultural and societal developments, historical criticisms).
It seems that Wollstonecraft believed that if women can be afforded the same opportunities as the men, then women should use their framework of learning to advance their place in society and life, not use trickery or looks or sexuality to win what they wanted.
They are not organic values, which are determined in part by the way nature of society and which would never be possessed by individual men separately, even if they did not need to be saved from conflict and chaos by some kind of social organization.
He argues that …Read More