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" Pastors and teachers of the nations, know you man ; is it with you a matter of conscience to understand his nature and destiny ? " All mankind are in their nature alike, they have but one path to contentment. The natural faculties of each one are to be... "
Pestalozzi: An Account of His Life and Work - Side 48
af Henry Holman - 1908 - 322 sider
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The life and system of Pestalozzi. Tr. by J. Tilleard

Karl Georg L. von Raumer - 1855 - 92 sider
...understand his nature and destiny ? " All mankind are in their nature alike, they have but one path to contentment. The natural faculties of each one are...near them. " The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. " Real knowledge must take precedence of...
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The American Journal of Education, Bind 3

Henry Barnard - 1857 - 866 sider
...understand his nature and destiny ? "AH mankind are in their nature alike, they have but one path to contentment. The natural faculties of each one are...near them. " The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. " Real knowledge must take precedence of...
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The American Journal of Education and College Review, Bind 3

1857 - 862 sider
...nations, know you man ; is it with you a matter of conscience to understand his nature and destiny ? into pure human wisdom. This general education of...near them. "The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. " Real knowledge must take precedence of...
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Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism: Life, Educational Principles, and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - 1859 - 482 sider
...nations, know you man ; is it with you a matter of conscience to understand his nature and destiny ? into pure human wisdom. This general education of...near them. "The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. " Real knowledge must take precedence of...
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Pestalozzi and Pestalozzianism: Life, Educational Principles, and Methods ...

Henry Barnard - 1859 - 480 sider
...understand his nature and destiny ? "All mankind are in their nature alike, they have but one path to contentment. The natural faculties of each one are...particular rank. "The faculties grow by exercise. " Tho intellectual powers of children must not be urged on to remote distances before they have acquired...
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The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of School and Home Education, Bind 16

1867 - 480 sider
...from Eaumer's Life of Pestalozzi : " All mankind are in their nature alike, they have but one path to contentment. The natural faculties of each one are...remote distances before they have acquired strength to exercise in things near them. "The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence...
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The Practical Teacher, Bind 2

1883 - 654 sider
...path to contentment, — the natural faculties of each are to be perfected into pure human wisdom. 1 The faculties grow by exercise. ' The intellectual...exercise in things near them. 'The circle of knowledge begins close round a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. ' Real knowledge must take...
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The Practical Teacher; with which is Incorporated the Practical ..., Bind 2

Joseph Hughes - 1883 - 568 sider
...path to contentment, — the natural faculties of each are to be perfected into pure human wisdom. ' The faculties grow by exercise. ' The intellectual...exercise in things near them. 'The circle of knowledge begins close round a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. ' Real knowledge must take...
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Illinois School Journal: A Monthly Magazine for Teachers and School ..., Bind 5

1886 - 636 sider
...nevera brighter outlook for organized effort, and never a grander and nobler work to be done. SUNDRIES. The intellectual powers of children must not be urged...near them. The circle of knowledge commences close around a man, and from thence stretches out concentrically. Real knowledge must take precedence of...
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