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도서  to educate his children according to the " caprice of his own fancy. They were "...에 대해 검색한 4개 도서 중 1 - 4
" to educate his children according to the " caprice of his own fancy. They were " delivered to public officers, who initiated " them early in the manners, the maxims, " the exercifes, the toils ; in a word, in all *' the mental and bodily acquirements... "
Thoughts on Civil Liberty, on Licentiousness and Faction - 46 페이지
저자: John Brown - 1765 - 167 페이지
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A Treatise of Practical Geometry: In Three Parts

David Gregory - 1761 - 117 페이지
...Code of Education, may be feen in the following defcription he gives of the inftitutions of Sparta, 'f No father had a right " to educate his children according...mental and bodily acquirements and " habits which correfponded with the genius " of the ftate. Family connections had no " place. The firft and leading...
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An Essay on the First Principles of Government: And on the Nature of ...

Joseph Priestley - 1771 - 300 페이지
...his own fancy. " They were delivered to public officers, " who initiated them early in the man" ners, the maxims, the exercifes, the " toils ; in a word,...mental and " bodily acquirements and habits which " correfponded with the genius of the " ftate. Family connections had no " place. " place. The firft...
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Transactions of the Annual Meetings of the Western Literary Institute ..., 8권

Western Literary Institute and College of Professional Teachers - 1839
...which were made to initiate the rising youth of the State in the "manners, the maxims, the exercises, the toils ; in a word, in all the mental and bodily acquirements and habits which corresponded with the genius of the State." The first and leading object of popular education was the...
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Transactions of the Annual Meetings of the Western Literary Institute ..., 8권

Western Literary Institute and College of Professional Teachers - 1839
...which were made to initiate the rising youth of the State in the "manners, the maxims, the exercises, the toils ; in a word, in all the mental and bodily acquirements and habits which corresponded with the genius of the State." The first and leading object of popular education was the...
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