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Analytic
analytic philosophy:
-making sense of arguments and ideas
-Rational investigation of being, knowledge and right conduct
-Inquiry into meaning of concepts and logical coherence of arguements
analytic/contingent truth:
-analytic truth is necessarily true because if not it involves a contradiction
-contingent truth can be possibly true or false
autonomy:
-self-directed, self-guidance

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Analytic analytic philosophy: -making sense of arguments and ideas -Rational investigation of being, knowledge and right conduct -Inquiry into meaning of concepts and logical coherence of arguements analytic/contingent truth: -analytic truth is necessarily true because if not it involves a contradiction -contingent truth can be possibly true or false autonomy: -self-directed, self-guidance child-centered education: -Education that involves moulding or deliberately forming any aspect of the child’s personality. Criterions: -The child is an end in himself not a means to someone else’s end -A child should be treated as a child -Individual differences should be taken into account -chapter 10 contingent/necessary: -Necessary is when something is absolutely need to achieve something else. Ex. Happy people are content with their conditions
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