This article discusses the influence of social pathologies on shaping specific educational traditions of the European civilization in ancient times. Special attention is drawn to prostitution as the most common ancient pathology and its influence on the emergence of new characteristics educational methods and traditions in ancient Greece and Rome.
This article presents a historical and educational analysis of the development of the idea of continuing education. The authors defines the phases of the development of permanent education and characterize them.
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