Pestalozzi: His Aim and Work (Classic Reprint)
1kg Limited, 15. jul. 2016 - 340 sider
Excerpt from Pestalozzi: His Aim and Work
So, seventy years ago, said Pestalozzi a man, who, wishing to save the poor, lived as a beggar among beggars, in order to teach beggars how to become men; and after probing the intellectual and moral misery which underlies our brilliant civilisation drew thence the dreaded anticipation for the future of humanity; but at the same time prescribed the remedy.
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