Essay heading: Isocrates

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Non-paying members of the public were viewed as unworthy of an education. III. Conclusion: Unless we realize that our teaching methods should encompass the needs and abilities of our students, all of our efforts are in vain.
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learning. STRUCTURE OF ARGUMENT: I. Description of the Sophist Philosophy of Education A. Education is provided to those who have the ability to pay for this service. a. The idea of profit in exchange for education is based on the following principles: i. Those who are unable to pay are not provided with education...
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