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The role of education in human life

  1. Introduction
  2. Understanding what education is
  3. The need for being educated
    1. For individual development
    2. Adapting to the current world
  4. Education: an act of liberation
    1. To be free
    2. Authority in education
  5. The goals of education
    1. As a means to live
    2. Questioning the meaning of life
  6. Conclusion

A study of history reveals the importance given to education by different societies. No human being can live a cultured and disciplined life without some form of education. "Man is what education makes him".. To understand a person fully, it is essential to take his education into account. This topic touches me deeply, because of its impact on all our lives. Through this study, I seek to deepen the concepts I have acquired in my study of philosophy, by opening new paths of thought for me in this interesting area.

[...] It must be remembered remember that the ultimate end of education is that a man must be able to live a fully human life even in conditions of great difficulty. The end of such education only results in an education that is conducted for the prioritization of assets, and the discernment of means and purposes. Conclusion Education has no rules or standards, because its object is a human being with feelings, and his humanity may not be transcended by any rule. [...]


[...] There is a kind of distrust of the family towards society, as the latter claims to exercise control. "To live happily, is to live in isolation" is the concept of a family far removed from the eyes of society. However this deprivation due to family life can lead the family to the temptation of "omnipotence" in the education of its members. In this case, the family is not obliged to respond in the way to the children it educates, it can become a source of violence, or it may even be suspected of an incestuous mentality. [...]


[...] The goals of education In our study, we have represented the role of education in human life as a transition from heteronomy to autonomy. The question that arises is why is this autonomy essential for man? What does he expect from this state of independence and education? Is the aim of education a job or the acquisition of culture? As a means to live: A child faces different types of education from birth, whether it is from the family, institutional or specialized. [...]

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