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" The citizen should be moulded to suit the form of government under which he lives." For each government has a peculiar character which originally formed and which continues to preserve it. The character of democracy creates democracy, and the character... "
Dialogues of Plato: Containing the Apology of Socrates, Crito, Phaedo, and ... - Side 168
af Plato - 1899 - 208 sider
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Report, Bind 32

Iowa State Horticultural Society - 1898 - 604 sider
...states, " It is a truth as old as Aristotle, enunciated by him in the eighth book of his politics, that the citizen should be moulded to suit the form of government under which he lives. There is such a thing as education from a national point of view." We want to educate American children...
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The Politics of Aristotle, Bind 1

Aristotle - 1885 - 460 sider
...should be public, the same for all. y and tending to promote the good of all. 1 2. What is to be taught? No one will doubt that the legislator should direct...that the neglect of education does harm to states. The_citi2ea* should be moulded to suit the form of government under whTchT1e lives*. For each government...
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle - 1885 - 464 sider
...his second edition,' are in the main right ; but we should also observe, etc.' BOOK VIII. VIII. 1. No one will doubt that the legislator should direct...attention above all to the education of youth, or that the reuSre'tn ncg^ct of education does harm to states. The citizen i the form of should be moulded to suit...
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle, Benjamin Jowett - 1885 - 466 sider
...his second edition, 'are in the main right ; but we should also observe, etc.' BOOK VIII. VIII. i. No one will doubt that the legislator should direct...attention above all to the education of youth, or that the Education neglect of education does harm to states. The citizen a relat1ve to " the form of should...
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Introduction and translation

Aristotle, Benjamin Jowett - 1885 - 482 sider
...his second edition, ' are in the main right ; but we should also observe, etc.' BOOK VIII. VIII. 1. No one will doubt that the legislator should direct...attention above all to the education of youth, or that the rc1at?™'?" ne gl ec t of education does harm to states. The citizen 3 the form of should be moulded...
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The Andover Review, Bind 17

1892 - 660 sider
...The last book of Aristotle's " Politics " is upon education, and he introduces it with the maxim, " No one will doubt that the legislator should direct...that the neglect of education does harm to states." Each generation in America cannot continue to lose three or four years out of its life without comparative...
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The Care of Dependent, Neglected, and Wayward Children: Being a ..., Bind 2

Anna Garlin Spencer, Charles Wesley Birtwell - 1894 - 330 sider
...YORK. It is a truth as old as Aristotle, enunciated by him in the eighth book of his Politics that the citizen should be moulded to suit the form of Government under which he lives. This truth I should like to emphasize as the starting point of my address. There is such a thing as...
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History and Civil Government of Missouri, to which is Appended the ...

James Underwood Barnard - 1895 - 252 sider
...should respect the political constitution of the country. " The citizen should be moulded," he said, " to suit the form of government under which he lives....peculiar character which originally formed, and which continued to preserve it. The character of democracy creates democracy, and the character of oligarchy...
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Dialogues of Plato

Benjamin Jowett - 1899 - 480 sider
...our own day the common custom, and in the third place, what these regulations should be. BOOK VIII NO one will doubt that the legislator should direct...moulded to suit the form of government under which he lives.o For each government has a peculiar character which originally formed and which continues to...
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Educational Nuggets: Plato, Aristotle, Rousseau, Herbart, Spencer, Harris ...

John Raymond Howard - 1899 - 236 sider
...education has to be divided, from seven to the age of puberty, and onwards to the age of one-and-tvventy. The neglect of education does harm to states. The citizen should be moulded to suit the government under which he lives. That education should be regulated by law and should be an affair...
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