Education and Ethics
1913. A collection of lectures given by the author who believes that the school should not take unreserved possession of the human being, and claim to set up rules and regulations for the entire sphere of the intellect and soul. I believe in the reality and inviolability of mind and conscience, and, in these lectures, appeal to this autonomous part or element of the soul, to prompt and stimulate it to true being and self-improvement, to the living of its own life amid all the influences legitimately exercised over us by clever and experienced masters. The Contents are divided under the following headings: The Principal Types of Ethics; Pessimism; The Motives of Study; Reading Aloud; Interrogation; and School and Life.
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