agoge


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agoge

(əˈɡəʊdʒiː)
n
the rigorous Spartan educational training system
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IronGate's other senior advisory board members consist of Jack Devine, former director of operations, CIA, and president of the Arkin Group; John Higginbotham, chairman and CEO of Blue Ridge Networks; Steve Sargeant, major general USAF (Ret.) and CEO of an aerospace and defense company; and Jack Thomas Tomarchio, former deputy director of intelligence, DHS, and principal of Agoge Group.
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O substantivo [phrase omitted] (agoge) significa "direcao", "conducao", "educacao", "instrucao", do verbo [phrase omitted] (ago) "conduzir", "guiar", "educar".
These include group workouts, endurance properties like the recently announced Agoge event and self-improvement content, such as its New York Times bestselling Spartan Up!
Ensinam Cabral e Teodosio (2010) que, a palavra pedagogia se originou na Grecia antiga, paidos (crianca) e agoge (conducao), configurando-se, etimologicamente, como a conducao da crianca ao saber.
(14) Although Plutarch does not explicitly mention these points, the exercise of citizen rights also depended on graduation from the agoge and contribution to the dining halls.