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Paedagogia

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Four kindergarten children play with toy trucks on a table and a teacher sits with them while they play
Parvi discipuli cum praeceptrice in ludo ludentes

Paedagogia (lingua Graeca antiqua παιδαγωγία, vox proprie munus paedagogi significans, ex vocabulo παῖς -puer, puella- et ex verbo ἄγω -duco-) est ars et scientia hominis educationis, qua puerorum praesertim atque adulescentium formatio temperatur usque ad mensuram hominis adulti non solum corporaliter, sed etiam psychice et intellectualiter (id est quod ad animum atque ad mentem attinet) in societate humana humane se gerentis[1][2][3]. Variae sunt profecto "paedagogiae" iuxta varias de homine perfecto vel saltem hominum societati aptato opiniones et iuxta diversas rationes ac vias ad eum formandum excogitatas. Inter scientias sane anthropologicas (sensu lato, id est de homine) paedagogia locum habet.

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