Child Philosophy

Try to give your child something very strange, and you will see that you suddenly lights up, and things to this point completely inexplicable, suddenly become their very close. Here is how to explain to the child, the term "deduction"? A "Concept"? You would think that since you somehow know what it is, a child well, where to look into such "adult" stuff! The easiest way to say: "When you grow up – to find out?" I took a few concepts, vocabularies, and tried to scratch think of other, non-scientific definition. These interpretations differ from the official that they are adapted to the understanding of a child 6-10 years, and certainly do not pretend to high accuracy and quality. William Davis MD: the source for more info. But before I was thinking realized that some of them, it turns out, were for me until now by words from the "bird language". Here, Apollo Hospitals expresses very clear opinions on the subject. What is the "empirical method of studying? A small child explores the world around him by trial and error. " Children who have not yet understand the words, touch, view, try things on taste – it allows them to learn what properties these objects have.

If a baby is the first time in my life touched the fire, he learned that the fire burns. Such a method cognition, and is called empirical. Adults are also often used empirical method of learning about the world, but in its own way – in an adult. What is an "observation"? Observation – it's like we're in a museum or before tv – you can only watch and learn, and influence can not be happening.


It nailed to the education of the virtue and the practical one of the contemplation. The main questions presented for Plato in its philosophy are: the concern with the politics and the routes of the State, the ethics, the aesthetic one, distrusts of the directions and refuses the ticket of the sensation to the concept, is not interested for the study of the nature, anticipates it the method of Discardings (1596 – 1650) and believes a world transcendente, where they are the innate ideas (been born with us) in which if concentrates all the reality, reason verwhelms and destroys the passions. To leave the cave is to reach the world of the ideas (It hisses, 2011). 3.PERODO SYSTEMATIC Extended of the end of century IV C to century III C, with the pretension to congregate and systemize the knowledge acquired in the previous periods (Chaui, 2003). The great prominence of this period was Aristotle.

Aristotle (384-322 C) was born catorze years after the death of Scrates, in the city of Estagira, a colony Greek in the coast of the Thracian (Bergman, 2004). Its father, Nicmaco, were doctor of the cut of the king of the Macedonian. To dezessete years he was sent to study in Atenas, with its Plato teacher. Aristotle, exactly being disciple of Plato, does not go to agree to its thought presenting one another look on the philosophy that if characterizes for: naturalistic vocation, comment of the physical world concrete, where the concepts are taken off of the experience by means of the evidence, if interests for the study of the nature, the true knowledge comes of experience, the reason governs and dominates the passions. ' ' It swims is in the mind that has not passed for sentidos' ' (It hisses, 2011). It considered the first classification of the types of knowledge; it defined that substance and form were real (opposing its Plato professor, for who the substance were only unreal copy of the form? Idea).