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    Education in our life.

    Historically, the formation of the phenomenon of education was in the process of forming mechanisms for preserving and transmitting socially significant content from generation to generation. At the same time, it seems that specialized education was formed earlier than General education. Education of the younger generation in primitive communities, first of all, pursued the goal of their professional training as participants in community life, but also included the development of elements of General cultural erudition community world representations and proto-religious beliefs, ancestral rites, rituals and traditions. The functions of teachers were obviously performed by the older generation and individuals. With the division of labor and social functions, education has become more differentiated: specialized by profession, and General-by the emerging class lifestyles and world views. The role of teachers at this stage was most likely performed by parents.


    During the agricultural stage of history, education has passed a long way of improvement. If the functions of General education were mainly left to parents, then in order to receive professional training, teenagers were given to selected masters, from whom students were trained, performing the role of apprentices. The learning process remained little systematized and strictly practice-oriented. Some exceptions were the training of future priests, which included the development of extensive religious and theoretical material and mythological knowledge. At the same time, in the elinist era, and later in Rome and in Byzantium, secondary schools museums-became widespread. Schools of this kind also existed in the East, but mostly in religious institutions. In the era of Antiquity, philosophical schools became more famous, whose students were not apprentices, but participants in dialogues. In the aristocratic environment of ancient and later medieval society, the practice of inviting home teachers, who gave mainly General education, spread. Special education was received in the same way, entering the apprenticeship to the master.


    For the first time in European culture, the concept of education, according to M. Heidegger, was essentially thought out by Plato in the treatise " State "(360 BC) Heidegger believes that Plato's "Parable of the cave" is intended to reveal what the ancient Greeks understood by Paideia, that is, the upbringing and education of a person. The parable tells how the prisoner, freed from the shackles, leaves the cave, where he saw only the shadows of things in the flickering of the fire behind him, and gains knowledge of what really exists when he goes to the surface. For Plato, the cave represents the sensory world in which people live. Like the prisoners of the cave, they believe that they can perceive the true reality through their senses, but this perception of the world is only an illusion, since only vague shadows reach them from the true world.


    The story unfolds in a chain of images that pass into each other, embodying the meaning of education. The cave-like room in the parable is an image of people's daily abode; the fire in the cave is an image of the vault of heaven, under which people live, surrounded by imaginary things, but which they perceive as true reality. The things mentioned in the parable that are revealed to the eye outside the cave are, on the contrary, an image of what the actual essence of all things is. Transitions out of the cave into the daylight and back into the cave every time you require a change of habits eyes from darkness to light and from light to dark. And just as the physical eye only slowly and gradually gets used to the light, or to the darkness, so the soul also does not immediately and only in the appropriate sequence of steps must get used to the area of existence. This adjustment requires the soul to turn completely in the main direction of its aspiration, just as the eye can only look correctly when the body has assumed the appropriate position.

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    Re: Education in our life.

    Think about it, you can buy a lifetime training program that gives the student access to all educational materials, all practical tests, private reviews of teachers and weekly reports on the work process, and all this I learned on the site https://edureviewer.com/courses/prepscholar-review/ . A good help, you will agree.

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    Re: Education in our life.

    As for the tests, it helps to develop logic well by training with IQ tests https://iq-global-test.com/ many students train with them.

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    Re: Education in our life.

    The functions of teachers were obviously performed by the older generation and individuals.

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    Re: Education in our life.

    I think that education is a very important step in our life. You can not work but you can also know a lot of information concerning different things.

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    As a student I can say that it is really important to be educated. I am currently thinking about my application to the university and used dental school personal statement in order to apply without any problems. I want to become a nurse, so it is a perfect solution in current situation.

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    Education is essential in our lives today

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