Homogenous vs. Heterogenous Ideas: The Two Essential Views of Education by Iris Cooke

The ideas that are used in the democracy, homogenous or depth-first ideas, are contrasted with and compared to the ideas that are used in the republic, heterogenous or breadth-first ideas. The benefits and effects of each type of idea are discussed and weighed to give a predictive analysis of which group will dominate in the coming decades.

Author: Iris Cooke

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