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" Educational systems, their advantages and their defects; and the means by which they may best be adapted to the recent enormous increase in all departments of knowledge. "
Picturesque Chicago and Guide to the World's Fair - Page 177
1893 - 334 pages
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the ...

Education - 1895
...announcement of the World's Congresses of 1803, issued in September, 1889, included, among other subjects, "Educational systems, their advantages and their defects, and the means by which they may best be adapted to the enormous increase in all departments of knowledge." The educational systems...
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Annual Report

1891
...at which the greatest thinkers of the world will discuss, among other themes, the following : " 1. The grounds of fraternal union in the language, literature,...science, art and civil institutions of different peoples. " 2. The economic, industrial and financial problems of the age. " 3. Educational systems, their advantages...
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Annual Report

Chicago (Ill.) - 1891
...at which the greatest thinkers of the world will discuss, among other themes, the following : " 1. The grounds of fraternal union in the language, literature,...science, art and civil institutions of different peoples. " 2. The economic, industrial and financial problems of the age. " 3. Educational systems, their advantages...
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The North American Review, Volume 153

1891
...assigned for consideration the following themes from the original announcement of the Auxiliary: a. "The grounds of fraternal union in the language, literature,...art, and civil institutions of different peoples." 6. "The establishment of the principles of judicial justice as the supreme law of international relations;...
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Proceedings

Education - 1893
...last October, wherein they present these objects as themes of the six great classes of congresses : I. " The grounds of fraternal union in the language,...civil institutions of different peoples. II. " The eco7iomic, industrial, and financial problems of the age. IH. "Educational systems, their advantages...
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Neely's History of The Parliament of Religions and ..., Volume 1, Pages 1-409

Walter Raleigh Houghton - Dummies (Bookselling) - 1893 - 1001 pages
...following: "Among the great themes which the congresses are expected to consider are the following: The grounds of fraternal union in the language, literature,...science, art, and civil institutions of different peoples ; the economic, industrial, and financial problems of the age ; educational systems, their advantages...
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The Monist, Volume 5

Paul Carus - Philosophy - 1895
...proclamation of the World's Congresses of 1893 embraced, among other great themes to be considered, "the grounds of fraternal union in the language, literature,...art, and civil institutions of different peoples." In organising the Department of Religion, the following definitions and aphorisms were prefixed to...
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Report of the Commissioner of Education, Part 1

Education - 1895
...announcement of tho World's Congresses of 1893, issued in September, 1889, included, among other subjects, "Educational systems, their advantages and their defects, and the means by which they may best bo adapted to tho enormous increase in all departments of knowledge." " The educational systems...
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Report of the President to the Board of Directors of the World's Columbian ...

Exhibitions - 1898 - 497 pages
...correspondence. Among the great themes that such a congress would naturally consider are the following : I. The grounds of fraternal union in the language,...science, art, and civil institutions of different people. II. The economic, industrial, and financial problems of the age. III. Educational systems,...
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The Arena, Volume 24

Benjamin Orange Flower - United States - 1900
...emphasizing points of controversy and conflict, our object is to ascertain and make known the grounds of union in the language, literature, domestic life,...art, and civil institutions of different peoples, confident that the whole world will be astonished and delighted to find how abundant the grounds of...
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