By Randall Curren
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Education, still conceived as primarily ethical, has become institutionalized in a school, and aspires, in Platonic theory anyway, to usurp the place of politics and rule the world. Nonetheless, dialectic, the successor of the elenchus, retains something like pride of place in that education, though now science, rather than ordinary untutored beliefs, is needed to provide the grist for its mill. The effect of that reconception of the elenchus on Plato's overall picture is, nonetheless, profound.
First, they give no argument for them, but take them simply as hypotheses (Republic, 510c-d). And, second, the accounts or definitions they provide for them are conceptually inadequate (527a-b). Yet if the first principles are false or defective, the entire system based on them is threatened. It is here that dialectic comes in. It renders these first principles "unhypothetical," not by deriving them from something yet more primitive (which is impossible), but by defending them against all objections (534b-c, 437a).
Subsequently, Stoicism was eclipsed in antiquity by revived forms of Platonism and Aristotelianism and by Christianity, though Stoic thought continued to influence all three traditions. Stoic Theory as a System As formulated by Chrysippus, Stoicism is highly systematic in its teachings. The philosophical curriculum, in its full form, consists of a combination of ethics, logic (in effect, philosophical method, including epistemology), and physics (study of nature) (Long and Sedley, 1987, section 26).
A Companion to the Philosophy of Education by Randall Curren