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Page 49 - Thomas Jefferson later wrote, " Where strictness of grammar does not weaken expression it should be attended to, but where by a small grammatical negligence the energy of an idea is condensed or a word stands for a sentence, I hold grammatical rigor in contempt.
Page 490 - Amusements 800 Literature 810 American 820 English 830 German 840 French 850 Italian 860 Spanish 870 Latin 880 Greek 890 Minor languages 900 History...
Page 490 - Modern philosophers 200 RELIGION— 210 Natural theology 220 Bible 230 Doctrinal. Dogmatics. Theology 240 Devotional. Practical 250 Homiletic. Pastoral. Parochial 260 Church. Institutions. Work 270 Religious history 280 • Christian churches and sects 290 Ethnic.
Page 489 - CLASSES 0. GENERAL WORKS 1. PHILOSOPHY 2. RELIGION 3. SOCIOLOGY 4. PHILOLOGY 5. NATURAL SCIENCE 6. USEFUL ARTS 7. FINE ARTS 8. LITERATURE 9. HISTORY m DIVISIONS OOO General Works.
Page 8 - ... having its essential features, and, when dun, they ar better and vastly more permanent. Practical utility and economy ar its keynotes and no theoretic refinement has been allowd to modify the skeme, if it wud detract from usefulness or ad to cost. It was chiefly necesary to find a method that wud clas, arranje and index books and pamflets on shelvs, cards of a catalog, clippings and notes in scrapbooks and index rerums, references to all these items, and indeed any literary material in any form,...
Page 501 - Australia ; 2, South Australia ; 3, Queensland ; 4, New South Wales ; 5, Victoria ; 6, Tasmania ; 7, New Zealand.
Page 44 - ... at Lake Placid; and to institute, organize or foster other movements to advance public welfare thru education, by means of the Foundation pres, conferences, forums, addresses, gyded reading, and similar ajencies'.
Page 14 - The clasification is mainly by subject or content regardless of form (see p. 26') but an aded form distinction for jeneral treatises is found practicaly useful. Thus, -in Syence there ar many compends, dictionaries, essays, periodicals and socyeties, treating of Syence in jeneral, and so having o for the division figure, but treating it under different forms, and therefore divided into sections according to this form: 501 for filosofy or theories of Syence, 502 for compends, 503 for dictionaries....
Page 13 - ... further subdivisions, any desired degree of minuteness may be secured in clasing special subjects. First subdivision under many rubrics is used for General and theoretic questions to provide for such specific topics as ar common to all or most of the principal subdivisions of a relativly broad subject. Coordination Theoreticly division of every subject into just 9 parts is absurd. Practicaly it is desirabl to clas as minutely as posibl, without use of aded figures; and decimals, on which our...