Three Thousand Years of Educational Wisdom: Selections from Great Documents
"Three Thousand Years of Educational Wisdom" is an anthology of writings on education by great thinkers including Plato, Descartes, Dewey and Emerson taken from texts from Asia, Greek and Roman antiquity, ancient and medieval Christianity, Islam, the Judaic tradition and modern education. -- From product description.
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