The Christian form of the Greek paideia in the fourth century A.D.
Paideia, in the fullest sense in which the Greeks conceived it was the process of education by which all that is peculiarly human about a man is evoked. Through paideia man tends to his most noble self-fulfilment. The drive to consummate this became a strong cohesive force in antiquity and contributed largely to that nexus of loyalties which held together the people of the Roman Empire even after Rome lost ground as the dominant city of the Mediterranean. Paideia became in these days...[Show more]
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