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Knowledge or skill acquired by study and practice. In the language of scholastic philosophy, learning from education, which requires another person to impart the knowledge and which involves a mental or moral development of the person educated. Learning directly pertains to what is acquired; education rather pertains to what is acquired; education rather pertains to who is developed.
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