The Great Didactic of John Amos Comenius

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Adam and Charles Black, 1896 - Teaching - 468 pages

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One of the best books you'll ever read. This book is about the education of humans. It begins with the worth of the human soul. It progresses to the idea that education prepares the soul for the next life. It suggests that all children, no matter their sex, economic situation or race should be educated. It suggests the best methods for doing it. It is dazzling with scriptural references and organized in a logical way that only the old schools taught. It has ideas that will take more than one reading to absorb. It is worth reading again and again. 

Contents

PAGE
61
Historical
103
The Great Didactic
153
Notes
455
AppendixThe Works of Comenius
461

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