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" Reading, and writing, and learning, I allow to be necessary, but yet not the chief business. I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow, that should not value a virtuous, or a wise man, infinitely before a great scholar. "
The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ... - Halaman 142
oleh John Locke - 1812
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 14

Henry Barnard - 1864
...necessary, but yet not the chief I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow, that should not raluc a virtuous, or a wise man, infinitely before a great...but that I think learning a great help to both, in well disposed minds ; but yet it must be I also, that in others not so disposed, it helps them only...
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English Pedagogy: Education, the School, and the Teacher, in English Literature

Henry Barnard - 1876 - 608 halaman
...Reading, and writing, and learning, I allow to bo necessary, but yet not the chief business. I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow, that should...but that I think learning a great help to both, in well disposed minds ; but yet it must be confessed also, that in others not so disposed, it helps them...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 147

1879
...tell you I think it the least part. This may seem strange in the mouth of a bookish man. ... I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow, that should...before a great scholar. Not but that I think learning a groat help to both in well-disposed minds ; but yet it must be confessed also, that in others not so...
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education

John Locke - 1880 - 364 halaman
...Reading, and writing, and learning, I allow to be necessary, but yet not the chief business. I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow, that should...but that I think learning a great help to both in well disposed minds ; but yet it must be confessed also, that in others not so disposed, it helps them...
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A History of Education

Franklin Verzelius Newton Painter - 1886 - 343 halaman
...Heading and writing, and learning, 1 allow to be necessary, but yet not the chief business. I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow that should...value a virtuous, or a wise man, infinitely before a scholar. Not but that I think learning a great help to both, in well-disposed minds ; but yet it must...
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An Outline of Locke's Ethical Philosophy

Mattoon Monroe Curtis - 1890 - 145 halaman
...does not attach the slightest ethical importance. Knowledge is neither wisdom nor virtue. "I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow that should not value a virtuous or wise man infinitely before a great scholar."1) Without encroaching upon the function of knowledge in...
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The History of Modern Education: An Account of the Course of Educational ...

Samuel Gardner Williams - 1892 - 395 halaman
...education, and by his insisting that it is the least part. He justifies it in this way. " I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow that should...wise man infinitely before a great scholar. Not but th at X think learning a, great help to both in well-disposed minds ; but yet it must be confessed...
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The History of Modern Education: An Account of the Course of Educational ...

Samuel Gardner Williams - 1899 - 481 halaman
...education, and by his insisting that it is the least part. He justifies it in this way : "I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow that should...helps them only to be the more foolish or worse men Learning must be had, but in the second place, as subservient only to greater qualities." His order...
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A Dictionary of Educational Biography: Giving More Than Four Hundred ...

Charles William Bardeen - 1901 - 287 halaman
...learning. " Nc but that 1 think learning a great help to well-disposed minda; but yet Ifmust Be confessed that In others not so disposed it helps them only to be more I'oolish or worse men.'' Wisdom is a blending of prndence, foresight, knowledge of the world,...
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The Spirit of Montaigne: Some Thoughts and Expressions Similar to Those in ...

Grace Norton - 1908 - 233 halaman
...entrelasser de quelque subtile fašon. Laissons le Ó ceux qui en font profession expresse. I imagine you would think him a very foolish fellow that should...great help to both in well-disposed minds. . . . [But] when you are looking out for a school-master or a tutor [for your son] you would not have Latin and...
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