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Title: Cultural and Historical Correlations of Ideal Education and Human Paradigm
Authors: Kartashova, Anna Aleksandrovna
Keywords: paradigm; education; knowledge; management; парадигмы; образование; знания; управление
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Kartashova, Anna Aleksandrovna. Cultural and Historical Correlations of Ideal Education and Human Paradigm [Electronic resource] / A. Kartashova // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences . — 2015 . — Vol. 166 : Proceedings of The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2014 (RPTSS-2014), 16–18 October 2014, Tomsk, Russia . — [P. 351-355] .
Abstract: The article describes main educational paradigms developed in different historical periods: antiquity, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and the Modern Age. It is shown that anthropocentrism is in the forefront of all philosophical works. In the present article we review different points of view on the ideal men described by famous philosophers, since the final objective of education is getting an ideal man, make him better. It is proved that intellectual experience of the past is quite useful nowadays for settling issues of modern education, since it allows for deeper understanding of the essence of what is happening now and what has happened in the field of education throughout history. It was concluded that the present model of education includes all educational practices that once existed in history. It is found that at present one of the reasons of systemic crisis in education is confrontation and competition of different educational models. Thus, it is necessary to determine a harmonic combination and interaction of different educational paradigms.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/35375
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