Concept of education

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Empiricism:philosophical current of the 18 century,led by Locke,Barkeley and Hume.The fundamental thesis of empiricism states that experience,as created by our senses,is both the origin and limit of our knowledge.Enlightenment:this cultural movement began during the second half of the 17th century and concluded towards the end of the 18th century.Its main objective was to improve the living conditions for humans.Enlightenment thinkers believed that in order to improve living conditions,the cultural standards of society and of all its members must be improved.This would result in all citizens being able to think autonomously and make their own informed decisions.Exordio:introductory part of a discourse.Normally,this part introduces the topic of the discourse. It also aims to capture the reader's attention.Idea:act of understanding that lead us to know something in such a way that a concept or mental entity is produced.However,some philosophers believe ideas to be a particular type of immaterial reality that acts as model and basis for what is real.Experiment:scientifically controlled production of a phenomenon that takes place under specific conditions.Induction:this type of reasoning uses specific information as a starting point in order to reach a general statement..Irrational:lacking in reason.This terms applies primarily to all being that are unable to be rational.During the 20th century,some philosophers began to believe that irrationality was important for human beings.

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