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The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values
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"The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values"

- William Ralph Inge

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The quote by William Ralph Inge highlights the importance of education in teaching worths rather than facts. He suggests that the aim of education need to be to impart knowledge of worths instead of truths. Worths are the principles and beliefs that assist our habits and decisions. They are the structure of our character and help us to make ethical and ethical choices. Education should focus on teaching worths such as respect, stability, sincerity, and obligation. These values are vital for establishing a strong moral character and for leading a successful and meaningful life. Education should likewise focus on teaching vital thinking skills, which are necessary for making informed decisions and for comprehending the complexities of the world. By teaching worths, education can assist to create a better society and a more simply world.

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William Ralph Inge This quote is written / told by William Ralph Inge between June 6, 1860 and February 26, 1954. He was a famous Clergyman from England. The author also have 26 other quotes.

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