Aristotle and her Philosophy of EducationJune 29, 2021
Aristotle, in his understanding of education, put diversity against totality, and feature against generality.
His effort is to find a middle ground between the private and the public. In this context, Aristotle considered both excessive detail and excessive generalization dangerous. According to him, neither an individual nor a society completely isolated from the individual could be imagined.
According to him, pedagogy is part of morality, which is, in a way, a state doctrine. But this piece can only be dealt with through philosophical theories. Thus, education is not seen as an independent event, but as a spontaneous part of philosophical thinking.