Evolutionary and Philosophical Insights
into Global Education


 

He himself thinks he knows one thing,

that he knows nothing. (Socrates)


This book is in two parts. In part one, the focus is
on past and present educational methods and systems

whilst part two contains forward-looking views and
opinions on educational needs and possible new
forms of information transfer.

 

The diverse issues addressed include:

 

Genesis The fruit of knowledge

Education, religion and morality

Becoming a teacher

Education, women and their position in society

Education during industrial revolutions and wars

Military academic education

Global and individual education

Islamic education

Education in Israel

Children of tomorrow

Future teachers and new technologies

Early interdisciplinary education

Educate to negotiate

The need for media literacy

Artificial intelligence-based education

Spiritual evolution and the power of belief

Experience transfer to the next generation

Brain-to-brain communication

 


It is better to remain silent at the risk of
being thought a fool,
than to talk and remove all doubt of it.
(Maurice Switzer)

 

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