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" worthless as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the .body and of the spirit serve each to relieve the other. "
Sloyd - Page 10
by Gustaf Larsson - 1902 - 75 pages
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Rousseau's Émile: Or, Treatise on Education

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Education - 1892 - 355 pages
...repose of his passions. He must work as a peasant and think as a philosopher in order not to be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the mind always serve as a recreation for each other. We have now returned to our theme. Here is our child...
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Rousseau's Émile: Or, Treatise on Education

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Education - 1892 - 355 pages
...repose of his passions. He must work as a peasant and think as a philosopher in order not to be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the mind always serve as a recreation for each other. We have now returned to our theme. Here is our child...
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The Educational Ideal: An Outline of Its Growth in Modern Times

James Phinney Munroe - Education - 1895 - 262 pages
...passions. He must work like a peasant and think like a philosopher, in order that he may not be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercise of the body and that of the mind serve always to relieve each other." Still other two great...
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The educational ideal: an outline of its growth in modern times

James Phinney Munroe - Education - 1896 - 262 pages
...passions. He must work like a peasant and think like a philosopher, in order that he may not be as lazy as a savage. The great secret ' of education is to make the exercise of the body and that of the mind serve always to relieve each other." Still other two great...
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Émile, Or Treatise on Education

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - 1899 - 363 pages
...repose of his passions. He must work as a peasant and think as a philosopher in order not to be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the mind always serve as a recreation for each other. We have now returned to our theme. Here is our child...
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International Education Series

William T. Harris, A. M., LL. D. - 1902
...repose of his passions. He must work as a peasant and think as a philosopher in order not to be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the mind always serve as a recreation for each other. We have now returned to our theme. Here is our child...
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School: A Monthly Record of Educational Thought and Progress, Volume 10

Laurie Magnus, Robert Binney Lattimer - Education - 1908
...Through it alone the intelligence of the apparently dull lad can be awakened. Rousseau truly said that the great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the spirit each to subserve the other. Manual training in some form ought to be an obligatory subject in the curriculum...
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School: A Monthly Record of Educational Thought and Progress, Volumes 9-10

Laurie Magnus, Robert Binney Lattimer - Ed - 1908
...Through it alone the intelligence of the apparently dull lad can be awakened. Rousseau truly said that the great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and of the spirit each to subserve the other. Manual training in some form ought to be an obligatory subject in the curriculum...
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The Educational Legacy of Romanticism

John Willinsky, Calgary Institute for the Humanities - Education - 1990 - 310 pages
...calm of his passions. He must work like a peasant and think like a philosopher so as not to be as lazy as a savage. The great secret of education is to make the exercises of the body and those of the mind always serve as relaxations from one another." (202) 11. See letters 2955, 2976,...
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Emile: Or, On Education

Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Education - 1979 - 501 pages
The first new English translation of Rousseau's eighteenth-century masterpiece on education in more than seventy years offers a prescription for the bringing up of autonomous ...
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