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History of Learning
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Early Greek Philosophy Greek Plato Nativism: Knowledge is innate and that experience "draws out" that knowledge. Reminiscence Theory of Knowledge: Knowledge is innate and can only be obtained through introspection.
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Early Greek Philosophy Plato (cont’d) Sensory Experience Theory of the Forms: Everything in the empirical world is a manifestation of a pure form (idea) that exists in the abstract. » Example: A Table Learning: Is simply remembering innate information. Idealism: Ultimate reality consists of ideas or perceptions and is therefore not physical.
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Early Greek Philosophy Aristotle Empiricism: All knowledge is gained through the senses. Tabula Rasa: “blank slate”
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Early Greek Philosophy Aristotle Remembering: Is a spontaneous recollection of something that had been learned from experience. Recall: An actual search for a past experience.
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Early Greek Philosophy Aristotle Laws of Association Law of Contiguity » Things that occur together are better remembered. Law of Similarity » When you think of one thing, then you think of things similar to it. Law of Contrast » When you think of one thing, the you also think of its opposite.
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Renee Descartes Dualism: Two aspects to humans: one physical and one mental.
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