Educational Recommendations in Lucius Annaeus Seneca (4 BC - 65 AD) and in the Writings of Saint Augustine (354-430 AD)
AbstractThe article consists of four parts. The first part presents the educational process evaluated by Seneca and Augustine. Then their opinion about the educational environment is examined. The third part explains the educational aims such as religious, moral and intellectual upbringing developed in the writings of Seneca and Augustine. At the end the educational methods of both authors are depicted.
Seneca; Augustine; religious education; moral education; intellectual education; virtues; salvation
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