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" ... vitally important knowledge, sacrificed to it. Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style ; it cannot be said that elegance and correctness of style are comparable in importance to a familiarity with the... "
Wisconsin Journal of Education - Page 113
1864
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1861 - 190 pages
...rightly purchased at the cost of the vitally important knowledge sacrificed to it. Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and...the rearing of children. Grant that the taste may be improved by reading the poetry written in extinct languages ; yet it is not to be inferred that such...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 13

Henry Barnard - 1863
...Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style ; it can not be said that elegance and correctness of style are...of taste is equivalent in value to an acquaintance i the laws of health. Accomplishments, the fine arts, Mlas-leitree, and all those things which, as...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 13

Henry Barnard - 1863
...Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style ; it can not be said that elegance and correctness of style are...inferred that such improvement of taste is equivalent in valuó to an acquaintance 399 with the laws of health. Accomplishments, the fine arte, btllts-lettres,...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1866 - 283 pages
...rightly purchased at the cost of that vitally important knowledge sacrificed to it. Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and...be said that elegance and correctness of style are comr parable in importance to a familiarity with the principles that should guide the rearing of...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 482 pages
...Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style ; it can not be said that elegance and correctness of style are...the rearing of children. Grant that the taste may bo greatly improved by reading all the poetry written in extinct languages ; yet it is not to be inferred...
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The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 pages
...rightly purchased at the cost of that vitally important knowledge sacrificed to it. Supposing it true ke a plant. But man dieth and wasteth away: yea, man...long in winter's vale! Yet soon as spring his mantle tasto may be greatly improved by reading all the poetry written in extinct languages ; yet it is not...
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A History of Education

Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter - 1904 - 408 pages
...Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style, it can not be said that elegance and correctness of style are...may be greatly improved by reading all the poetry in extinct languages, yet it is not to be inferred that such improvement of taste is equivalent in...
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A History of Education

Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter - 1904 - 408 pages
...Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and correctness of style, it can not be said that elegance and correctness of style are...may be greatly improved by reading all the poetry in extinct languages, yet it is not to be inferred that such improvement of taste is equivalent in...
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History of Education

Charles C. Boyer, Ph.D. - 1919
...rightly purchased at the <:ost of that vitally important knowledge sacrificed to it. Supposing it true that classical education conduces to elegance and...correctness of style are comparable in importance to familiarity with the principles that should guide the rearing of children. Grant that the taste may...
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Selected Articles on the Study of Latin and Greek

Lamar Taney Beman - 1921 - 237 pages
...diligent in teaching everything that adds to refinement, polish, eclat. . . . Supposing it is true that classical education conduces to elegance and...that should guide the rearing of children. Grant that taste may be greatly improved by reading all the poetry written in extinct languages; yet it is not...
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