Great Diadactic of Comenius
M. W. Keatinge
Kessinger Publishing, 1992 - Education - 485 pages
Setting forth The Whole Art of Teaching all Things to all Men or A certain Inducement to found such Schools in all the Parishes, Towns, and Villages of every Christian Kingdom, that the entire Youth of both Sexes, none being excepted, shall Quickly, Pleasantly, and Thoroughly become learned in the Sciences, pure in Morals, trained to Piety, and in this manner instructed in all things necessary for the present and for the future life, in which, with respect to everything that is suggested, Its Fundamental Principles are set forth from the essential nature of the matter, Its Truth is proved by examples from the several mechanical arts, Its Order is clearly set forth in years, months, days, and hours, and, finally, An Easy and Sure Method is shown, by which it can be pleasantly brought into existence. Is it any wonder that Comenius-who was a Rosicrucian-is revered as the Father of Education?
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