Paideia the ideals of Greek culture. by Werner Wilhelm Jaeger

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .

Written in English

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  • Education, Greek,
  • Greek literature -- History and criticism,
  • Greece -- Civilization.

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ContributionsHighet, Gilbert, 1906-,
LC ClassificationsDF77 J273 1962
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Open LibraryOL14972221M

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That book reveals how most of the surviving great works throughout western history were written by authors who were well aware of the greek world and their ideals including many writers in the Christian tradition. Jaeger wrote a short book called "Greek Paideia and Early Christianity" which shows that connection very by: Paideia in Words & Pictures Paideia is a school of people with a lot to say.

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The idea of paideia. The Greeks considered paideia to be carried out by the aristocratic class who tended to intellectualize their culture and their ideas.

The culture and the youth were "moulded" to the ideal of kalos kagathos, "beautiful and good."This idea is similar to that of the medieval knights, their culture, and the English concept of the gentleman. Paideia definition is - training of the physical and mental faculties in such a way as to produce a broad enlightened mature outlook harmoniously combined with maximum cultural development.

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Paideia—a divine thing—a heavenly game, a nobility of soul, was invested with a kind of sacred radiance that gave it a special dignity of a genuine religious kind.

In the deep confusion caused by the sudden collapse of ancient beliefs, it was the one true unshakable value to which the mind of. Paideia. likes. No meio da feiúra da modernidade, há um verdadeiro tesouro escondido: a cultura que recebemos de herança.

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Adler Reading this book in many ways is like looking at a road not taken by our public educational system. Faced with declining academic performance among the wide body of American youth, and the threat that an uneducated populace meant.

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Oct 01,  · In its pure form, the Paideia Proposal respects teachers as professionals who design curriculum, so it is incompatible with formulaic philosophies that use teachers as technicians.

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