The Real Meaning of Education (Isocrates) | SENTENTIAE ANTIQUAE

Isocrates, Panathenaicus 30-32 “Which men do I call educated when I set aside the arts, sciences, and specialties? First, I prize those who handle well the events they meet each day and who have an…

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