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" ... clear manner. And not only is it that the existence of any such standard has not been clearly conceived, but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that; decide that their children... "
Wisconsin Journal of Education - Page 2
1864
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 48

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1859
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Mea read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that ;...instructed in those ; and all under the guidance of mere fashion, or liking, or prejudice ; without ever considering the enormous importance of determining...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 48

1859
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that ;...instructed in those ; and all under the guidance of mere fashion, or liking, or prejudice ; without ever consideiing the enormous importance of determining...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 301 pages
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that;...instructed in these branches of knowledge, and shall not be instructcd in those; and all under the guidance of mere custom, or liking, or prejudice; without ever...
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What Knowledge is of Most Worth

Herbert Spencer - 1884 - 82 pages
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that ;...of mere custom, or liking, or prejudice ; without ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern ...

1894 - 896 pages
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read 4 ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 9

David Josiah Brewer - 1900
...has not been clearly conceived, but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that;...guidance of mere custom, or liking, or prejudice, without ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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Crowned Masterpieces of Literature that Have Advanced Civilization ..., Volume 9

David Josiah Brewer - 1902
...has not been clearly conceived, but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that;...guidance of mere custom, or liking, or prejudice, without ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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A Text-book in the History of Education: By Paul Monroe

Paul Monroe - 1905 - 772 pages
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic and attend lectures on that ;...guidance of mere custom, or liking or prejudice ; without ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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A Brief Course in the History of Education

Paul Monroe - 1907 - 409 pages
...st u( jy CtS clearly conceived; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic and attend lectures on that; decide...guidance of mere custom, or liking or prejudice; without ever considering the enormous importance of determining in some rational way what things are really...
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Education: intellectual, moral, and physical

Herbert Spencer - 1910
...has not been clearly conceived ; but the need for it seems to have been scarcely even felt. Men read books on this topic, and attend lectures on that;...instructed in these branches of knowledge, and shall not be inatructed in those; and all under the guidance of mere custom, or liking, or prejudice; without ever...
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