## The Psychology of Number and Its Applications to Methods of Teaching Arithmetic |

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The pedagogical

what kind of form we are dealing with , how it is related to its own content , and in

working out the educational methods which answer to this relationship . Because

...

The pedagogical

**problem**is not solved by railing at “ form , ” but in discoveringwhat kind of form we are dealing with , how it is related to its own content , and in

working out the educational methods which answer to this relationship . Because

...

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... that the

destination of man as a rational being , and the rational methods by which the

perfection of ...

... that the

**problem**of education is essentially an ethical and psychological**problem**. This**problem**can be solved only as we know the true nature anddestination of man as a rational being , and the rational methods by which the

perfection of ...

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In addition to this we have a standard at our disposal for setting forth correct

methods ; we have but to translate the theory of mental activity in this direction —

the psychical nature of number and the

practical ...

In addition to this we have a standard at our disposal for setting forth correct

methods ; we have but to translate the theory of mental activity in this direction —

the psychical nature of number and the

**problem**of its origin - over into itspractical ...

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Before dealing with the

assumption of its psychical nature on a firmer basis . NUMBER IS A RATIONAL

PROCESS , NOT A SENSE Fact . — The mere fact that there is a multiplicity of

things in ...

Before dealing with the

**problem**of the origin of number , let us put theassumption of its psychical nature on a firmer basis . NUMBER IS A RATIONAL

PROCESS , NOT A SENSE Fact . — The mere fact that there is a multiplicity of

things in ...

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This reason we must now discover , for it lies at the root of the

origin of number . THE IDEA OF LIMIT . — If every human being could use at his

pleasure all the land he wanted , it is probable that no one would ever measure

land ...

This reason we must now discover , for it lies at the root of the

**problem**of theorigin of number . THE IDEA OF LIMIT . — If every human being could use at his

pleasure all the land he wanted , it is probable that no one would ever measure

land ...

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