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Self-determination theory and other associated academic considerations: Part 2

For William Hazlitt, the education process should have, as one of its central aims, the goal of creating the next generation of well-educated, independent and enlightened rational thinkers: who should be highly skilled, competent, intellectually erudite, and having the profoundly important capacity of being critical thinkers.

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