Maieutics

Ma·ieu'tics noun The art of giving birth ( i. e. , clearness and conviction) to ideas, which are conceived as struggling for birth. Payne.
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Maieutics

• (n.) The art of giving birth (i. e., clearness and conviction) to ideas, which are conceived as struggling for birth.
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maieutics

maieutics 1. Obstetrics, the branch of medicine dealing with childbirth and the care of the mother. 2. The art of giving birth; such as, clearness and conviction, to ideas, which are conceived as struggling for birth.
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Maieutics

Maieutics (s or s) is a pedagogical method synonymous with the Socratic Method. Maieutics is based on the belief that many important lessons and truths cannot be taught directly as a transmission of knowledge from an instructor to a learner, but instead the learner learns these truths for interacting with an instructor and through their own experi...
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maieutics

midwifery
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