Who had it right, Plato or Aristotle?
When it comes to how people should be educated, who had it right?
Plato's idea was that society would be broken up in artisans, soldiers and philosophers. The first two were to build and defend, the last one was the "mind" so to speak. Each one would be educated according to their skills and those skills would be fine tuned into a craft that would make them masters in their area.
Aristotle said no no no, we can't do that. Everyone needs a formal education because that is how you rise as a society. His idea was to make all education more practical and well suited to all students.
So, in your mind who had it right? Plato or Aristotle?