...ancient Greece stood for educating men and women together? (Powell, 2001, pp.353).
3. Who was the Greek scholar who thought that truth could be attained through “a process of dialectic within the individual consciousness”? (Davidson, 2005, pp. 162)
4. Who was the ancient Greek scholar who lived in Athens but supported the educational system of Sparta, the rival country? (Mahaffy, 2010, pp. 113-114)
5. Who was the ancient Greek philosopher who said that the population of a state must... 1. Whose policy was that, “if women are to have the same duties as men, they must have the same nurture and education.” (Plato et al., pp.13) Answer:Plato
2. Which scholar in anci...