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" he said, "seems to me as if it was given for the very purpose of forming the human mind in youth ; and the Greek and Latin languages seem the very instruments by which this is to be effected. "
Wisconsin Journal of Education - Page 3
1864
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The New Englander

1848
...are most admirable to instruct, refine and delight men. "The study of language," says Dr. Arnold, " seems to me as if it was given for the very purpose...to teach boys philology through the medium of their mother tongue, seem the very instruments by which this is to be effected." "The study of Lalin and...
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The life and correspondence of Thomas Arnold, Volume 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1844
...general view, it remains to unfold his ideas of school-instruction in detail. 1. That classical studies should be the basis of intellectual teaching, he maintained...time freed from the insuperable difficulty which must that the prospect of your examination is rising up closely before you. Yet I hope that you know me...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D.D.: Late Head Master of ...

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1844
...general view, it remains to unfold his ideas of school-instruction in detail. 1. That classical studies should be the basis of intellectual teaching, he maintained...time freed from the insuperable difficulty which must that the prospect of your examination is rising up closely before you. Yet I hope that you know me...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D.D.: Late Head ..., Volume 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1844
...interest arises merely from the credit which the school may gain VOL. 1. K 1. That classical studies should be the basis of intellectual teaching, he maintained...languages in themselves so perfect, and at the same from yonr success, or that I should be in a manner personally disappointed if our men were not to gain...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold: D. D., Late Head ..., Volume 1

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1845 - 516 pages
...general view, it remains to unfold hie ideas of school-instruction in detail. I. That classical etudies should be the basis of intellectual teaching, he maintained...and the Greek and Latin languages, in themselves so peifect, and at the same time freed from the insuperable difficulty which must attend any attempt to...
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Transactions of the Massachusetts Teachers' Association, Volume 1

Massachusetts Teachers' Association (Founded 1845) - 1852 - 304 pages
...refine, and delight men. " The study of language," says Dr. Arnold, " seems to me as if it were given for the very purpose of forming the human mind...difficulty which must attend any attempt to teach boys philosophy through the medium of their mother tongue, seem the very instruments by which it is to be...
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The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold

Arthur Penrhyn Stanley - 1852 - 725 pages
...it remains to unfold his ideas of school-instruction in detail. 1. That classical studies should he the basis of intellectual teaching, he maintained...forming the human mind in youth ; and the Greek and aad that U the real point, which alone to my mind reflect* honour either on individuals or on societies...
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Bombay Quarterly Review, Volume 1, Issue 1

1855
...mere philology, highly as we esteem it as introductory or propaedeutic to the more genuine university youth ; and the Greek and Latin languages, in themselves so perfect, and at the lame time freed from the insuperable difficulty which must attend any attempt to teach boys philology...
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The Life of Thomas Arnold, D.D.

Emma Jane Worboise - 1859 - 227 pages
...classical studies " should form the basis of intellectual teaching." He once said, " The study of languages seems to me as if it was given for the very purpose...teach boys philology through the medium of their own language, seem the very instruments by which this is to be effected." He insisted strongly on original...
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The Life of Thomas Arnold

Emma Jane Worboise - 1870 - 280 pages
....tudies " should form trie basis of intellectual teaching." He once said, " The study of languages seems to me as if it was given for the very purpose...teach boys philology through the medium of their own language, seem the very instruments by which this is to be effected." He insisted strongly on original...
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