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" In following the history of mankind, we observe, that, in proportion as nations cultivate their moral and intellectual powers, atrocious actions diminish in number ; the manners and pleasures become more refined, the legislation milder, the religion purified... "
Education, Its Elementary Principles, Founded on the Nature of Man - Page 33
by Johann Gaspar Spurzheim, Samuel Roberts Wells - 1852 - 338 pages
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A View of the Elementary Principles of Education: Founded on the ..., Volume 1

Johann Gaspar Spurzheim - Criminals - 1828 - 327 pages
...nuts, insects and other animals, at the sight of which we shudder, as their food, to the preparations of a skilful cook ; whether they would be better pleased...mankind, are the most frequent. Among ignorant persons, cceteris paribus, rapacity, cheating, and thieving, drunkenness, and sensual pleasures, are prominent...
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Common School Assistant, Volumes 1-2

Education - 1836
...diminish in number ; the manners and pleasures become more refined, the legislation milder, the religious purified from superstition, and the arts address themselves to the finer emotions of the mind. RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. The first thing a Christian should inculcate upon his child, as soon as he is...
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Portfolio of an Artist

American literature - 1839 - 263 pages
...these are arts pursued without a crime ; That leave no stain upon the wing of time. Cowper. REFINEMENT. IN following the history of mankind, we observe, that,...address themselves to the finer emotions of the mind. Spurzheim. VENUS DE MEDICIS. THERE, too, the goddess lives in stone, and fills The air around with...
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The R.I. Schoolmaster, Volume 3

Education - 1858
...nations cultivate their moral and intellectual powers, atrocious action diminish in ЛшпЪег ; the manners and pleasures become more refined, the...arts address themselves to the finer emotions of the mind.^Spurzhcim. AT the recent examination of one of the schools in Cambridge, a very small boy was...
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice ..., Volume 2

Readers - 1884
...proportion as nations cultivate their moral and intellectual powers, atrocious actions diminish in numbers, the manners and pleasures become more refined, the...milder, the religion purified from superstition, and the artsaddress themselves to the finer emotions of the mind. Spurzheim. As land is improved by sowing...
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Negro Civilization in the South: Educational, Social and Religious ...

Charles Edwin Röbert - African Americans - 1880 - 172 pages
...legislation milder, the religion purified from superstilion, and the arts address themselves to the f1ner emotions of the mind. By observing also the different...mankind, are the most frequent. Among ignorant persons ca'tcris panbus, rapacity, cheating and thieving, drunkenness, and sensual pleasures are prominent...
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Negro Civilization in the South: Educational, Social and Religious ...

Charles Edwin Röbert - African Americans - 1880 - 172 pages
...legislase . j *>. milder, the religion purified from superstition, and the arts address themc / ^^^ ^s to the finer emotions of the mind. By observing also the different ig-^"^^es of society, and the inhabitants of different provinces, we learn that la- ^* 'France is the...
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The Speaker's Garland, Volume 2

P. Garrett - 1892
...proportion as nations cultivate their moral and intellectual powers, atrocious actions diminish in numbers, the manners and pleasures become more refined, the...address themselves to the finer emotions of the mind. Spurzheim. Nature is the glass reflecting God, As, by the sea reflected is the sun ; Too glorious to...
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Two Thousand Sublime and Beautiful Thoughts: A Storehouse of Memorable ...

Quotations - 1897 - 320 pages
...as nations cultivate their moral and intellectual powers, atrocious actions diminish in numbers, and manners and pleasures become more refined, the legislation...address themselves to the finer emotions of the mind. — Spurzheim. True sage is he Who doubts all doubt, and takes the soul on trust. — Eric Mackay....
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