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Education: intellectual, moral, physical by Spencer, Herbert, Publication date Topics Education Publisher E. Kellogg Language English. Book containing four essays by Herbert Spencer on the topic of education. This book was owned by Albert S. Cook, Maryland State Superintendent ().
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The word “democracy” includes the principle of equality of opportunity as a basic part of its definition. On precisely what “equality” means our views would vary, but on the central importance of the principle to our society, our legal system, and our conception of what it means to.
True greatness consists, not in the powerful development of any one faculty of the mind without regard to the others, but in the harmonious blending of all, to ensure which, the moral, the intellectual, and physical must be properly trained and educated. The great lessons of life are to be taught in childhood, and those principles inculcated, which will grow and expand into a ripe harvest of honor and usefulness.
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The course of nature from the germ.MORAL EDUCATION We are not among those who believe in Lord Palmerston's dogma, that "all children are born good." On the whole, the opposite dogma, untenable as it is, seems to us less wide of the truth. Nor do we agree with those who think that, by skilful discipline, children may be made altogether what they should be.