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" Vision and manipulation, — these, in their countless indirect and transfigured forms, are the two cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard.... "
Man's Destiny Viewed in the Light of His Origin - Page 60
by John Fiske - 1884 - 121 pages
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The National Question Book: A Graded Course of Study for Teachers and Those ...

Edward Richard Shaw - Examinations - 1887 - 331 pages
...coordinate with the following phrase. 6. " Vision and manipulation— these, in their countless and indirect and transfigured forms, are the two cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." The dash is used after manipulation, to mark the transition from particulars to the generalization...
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The national question book ...

Edward Richard Shaw - Computers - 1887
...neighbor and an obedient henpecked husband 6. Vision and manipulation these in their countless and indirect and transfigured forms are the two cooperating factors in all intellectual progress 7. Well then replied his sister come with me DICTION. 8. What is meant by diction? 9. Define purity,...
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Historical sketches relating to the first quarter century of the State ...

State University College of Education (Oswego, N.Y.) - 1888 - 303 pages
...increment of the power of the hand." Seeing nature and copying it — these, in their countless and indirect and transfigured forms, are the two co-operating factors in all intellectual progress. The mistake in the past has been the divorce of these two factors — words, instead of things, the...
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Notes on the development of a child

Milicent Washburn Shinn - 1893
...infant, — for that matter, it never ceases throughout life. "Vision and manipulation," says John Fiske, "these in their countless indirect and transfigured...co-operating factors in all intellectual progress." The reaching for, seizing, and investigating all objects in sight constituted the chief interest of...
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Primary Arithmetic, First Year: For the Use of Teachers

William W. Speer - Arithmetic - 1896 - 154 pages
...the desk. 7. Make sentences like this : This edge is longer than that one and shorter than this one. "Vision and manipulation, — these, in their countless...cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length. — Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard....
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Primary Arithmetic for the Use of Teachers

William Winfield Speer - 1896 - 154 pages
...the desk. 7. Make sentences like this : This edge is longer than that one and shorter than this one. "Vision and manipulation, — these, in their countless...cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length. — Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard....
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Primary arithmetic: first year, for the use of teachers

William W. Speer - Arithmetic - 1896 - 154 pages
...the desk. 7. Make sentences like this : This edge is longer than that one and shorter than this one. "Vision and manipulation, — these, in their countless...cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard....
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Primary Arithmetic, First Year: For the Use of Teachers

William W. Speer - Arithmetic - 1896 - 154 pages
...this : This edge is longer than that one and shorter than this one. "Vision and manipulation,—these, in their countless indirect and transfigured forms....cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard....
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Primary arithmetic: First year

William W. Speer - 1898
...the desk. 7. Make sentences like this : This edge is longer than that one and shorter than this one. "Vision and manipulation, — these, in their countless...cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." — John Fiske. Relative length — Scatter sticks of different lengths on a table. Use one as a standard....
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The Biography of a Baby

Milicent Washburn Shinn - Child development - 1900 - 247 pages
...the increment of the power of the eye, and all human art is the increment of the power of the hand. Vision and manipulation — these in their countless...cooperating factors in all intellectual progress." And the first great result of this cooperation is the completion of vision itself. It cannot be doubted...
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