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A significant other to the Philosophy of Education is a accomplished consultant to philosophical brooding about schooling.
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The answer lies in aporematic philosophy's dialectical capacity to criticize or examine. Because he is a generally educated person, an aporematic philosopher knows what is essential to a genuine science of whatever sort (Parts of Animals, 639al-8). Using his dialectical capacity to examine, therefore, a philosopher can, for example, determine whether a person, A, has any sort of mathematical knowledge or is simply a charlatan. If A passes the examination, the philosopher can use his own knowledge of what a mathematical science must be like to determine whether A's mathematical knowledge is genuinely scientific.
REEVE dialectician does. As a result, he determines, let us suppose, that the most defensible, or least problematic, conclusion is that in some senses of the terms being is one and unchanging, in others not. To reach this conclusion, however, he will have to disambiguate and reformulate endoxa on both sides, partly accepting and partly rejecting them. Others he may well have to reject outright, so that beliefs that initially seemed to be endoxa - that seemed to be unproblematic - will have emerged as only apparently such.
But goodness also exists elsewhere, above all, in the universe, understood as an ordered and rational structure. Structure and rationality also, necessarily, confer "benefit," which is another of the salient marks of goodness. So coming to know the good, in the fullest sense of the word, is a matter of understanding how goodness manifests itself in these various sectors (which can be summed up as the spheres of ethics, physics, and logic) and also a matter of expressing this in your own life and character (Long and Sedley, 1987, ss.