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duty

duty  

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That which one must do, or that which can be required of one. The term carries implications of that which is owed (due) to other people, or perhaps to oneself. Universal duties would be owed to ...
modern Greek philosophy

modern Greek philosophy  

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What point of origin one selects for modern Greek philosophy is to a certain extent an arbitrary matter. For, on the one hand, intellectual phenomena never fall neatly into line ...
problems of the philosophy of education

problems of the philosophy of education  

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An area where philosophical understanding is applied to the illumination of issues in education—where this notion covers upbringing within the family as well as learning in schools and other ...
relativism

relativism  

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The doctrine that knowledge, truth, and morality exist in relation to culture, society, or historical context, and are not absolute.

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