Plato’s Myth of the Cave Images. A Didactic Analysis of the Mediation Function

@inproceedings{Agrati2018PlatosMO,
  title={Plato’s Myth of the Cave Images. A Didactic Analysis of the Mediation Function},
  author={Laura Sara Agrati},
  year={2018}
}
The ‘Myth of the cave’ is one of the topic of philosophical knowledge and a most debated object of study among philosophical scholars and authors. It is also a core-content knowledge of the philosophical school curriculum in high schools. The ‘Myth of the cave’ is also a useful object of didactic analysis that allows to deep the processes of teaching mediation. Based on the theoretical approach of ‘visual thinking’, the contribution presents the first findings of an exploratory study, realized… 
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