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" In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life, and the art of government, Geography unfolds to us the celestial phenomena, acquaints us with the occupants of the land and ocean, and the vegetation, fruits, and peculiarities of the various... "
The Pedagogical Seminary - Side 93
1907
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Journal of the American Geographical and Statistical Society, Bind 1

1859 - 398 sider
...of government, geography unfolds to us the celestial phenomena, acquaints us with the occupants of land and ocean, and the vegetation, fruits, and peculiarities of the various quarters of the • Prof. Arnold Qnjot. earth, a knowledge of which marks him who cultivates it as one earnest in the...
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The Old South Leaflets: Annual ser

1892 - 60 sider
...these attainments constitute what is called philosophy. In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life, and the art of government, Geography...him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness. 2. Admitting this, let us examine more in detail the points we have...
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The Discovery of America

1892 - 120 sider
...these attainments constitute what is called philosophy. In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life, and the art of government, Geography...him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness. 2. Admitting this, let us examine more in detail the points we have...
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The Geography of Strabo, Bind 1

Strabo - 1892 - 574 sider
...followed in this translation. 1 r& titia icai avSpuirna, " the productions of nature and art." TOL. t, 1 with the occupants of the land and ocean, and the...various quarters of the earth, a knowledge of which marka him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness. 2. Admitting...
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The beginnings of science

Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams - 1904 - 484 sider
...to its vast importance in regard to social life and the art of government, geography unfolds to us a celestial phenomena, acquaints us with the occupants...him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness." Strabo goes on to say that in common with other critics, including...
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Scottish Geographical Magazine, Bind 21

1905 - 756 sider
...propose to treat, is certainly entitled to a high place. In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life and the art of government, Geography...peculiarities of the various quarters of the earth." This was written when Geography included all natural science, and before it gave birth to so many separate...
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School Science and Mathematics, Bind 8

1908 - 874 sider
...geography unfolds to us the celestial phenomena, acquaints us with the inhabitants of land and sea, and the vegetation, fruits and peculiarities of the...him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness." l It was left to the philosophical genius of Immanuel Kant to discern...
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The Geographical Journal, Bind 26

1905 - 854 sider
...propose to treat, is certainly entitled to a high place. In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life and the art of government, geography...occupants of the land and ocean, and the vegetation, fruit.-, and peculiarities of the various quarters of the Earth." This was written when geography included...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Oplag 75

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1906 - 932 sider
...propose to treat, is certainly entitled to a high place. In addition to its vast importance in regard to social life and the art of government, Geography...vegetation, fruits, and peculiarities of the various (iiiaiters of the earth.' This was written when Geogru] hy included all natural science, and before...
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Geography in Education & Citizenship

William Henry Barker - 1927 - 244 sider
...to its vast importance in regard to social life and the art of government, Geography unfolds to us celestial phenomena, acquaints us with the occupants...him who cultivates it as a man earnest in the great problem of life and happiness." 2 Such a man was Herodotus (fifth century BC), keen observer in his...
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