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" ... is yet proved by experience to be the right one. Rule-teaching is now condemned as imparting a merely empirical knowledge — as producing an appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry... "
An essay on the culture of the observing powers of children, especially in ... - Página 13
por Eliza Ann Youmans - 1872
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The North British Review, Volúmenes20-21

1854
...easy go," is a saying as applicable to knowledge as to wealth. Whilst rules, lying isolated in tho mind — not joined to its other contents as outgrowths...— are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal, become, when once reached by the understanding, enduring possessions....
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The North British review

1854
...use, must be earned. " Easy come easy go," is a saying as applicable to knowledge as to wealth. Whilst rules, lying isolated in the mind — not joined to...— are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal, become, when once reached by the understanding, enduring possessions....
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The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, Volúmenes7-8

Adolphus Egerton Ryerson, John George Hodgins, Adam Crooks - 1854
...appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and inefficient. Qencral truths to be of due and permanent use, must be earned. " Easy come easy go," is a saying as...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volumen20

1858
...inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and inefficient. . . . While' rules, lying isolated in the mind, not joined...them, are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal, become, when once reached by the understanding, enduring possessions....
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Education, Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 283 páginas
...appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and...knowledge as to wealth. While rules, lying isolated in the mind—not joined to its other contents as outgrowths from them—are continually forgotten, the principles...
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1860 - 301 páginas
...inefficient. General truths to be of due and permanent use, must be earned. MISCHIEFS OF RULE-TEACHING. 97 " Easy come easy go," is a saying as applicable to knowledge...— are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal, become, when once reached by the understanding, enduring possessions....
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The American Journal of Education, Volumen13

Henry Barnard - 1863
...appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and...— are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal, become, when once reached by the understanding, enduring possessions....
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The American Journal of Education, Volumen13

Henry Barnard - 1863
...appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and...isolated in the mind — not joined to its other contents ая outgrowths from them — are continually forgotten, the principles which those rules express piecemeal,...
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The American Journal of Education, Volumen13

Henry Barnard - 1863
...appearance of understanding without the reality. To give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it, is found to be both enervating and inefficient. General truths to be of duo and permanent use, must be earned. " Easy come easy go," is a saying aa applicable to knowledge...
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Suggestions on Academical Organisation with Especial Reference to Oxford

Mark Pattison - 1868 - 348 páginas
...give the net product of inquiry, without the inquiry that leads to it," says Mr. Herbert Spencer, " is found to be both enervating and inefficient. General...a saying as applicable to knowledge as to wealth" (On Education, p. 61). We teach this principle of investigation in our inductive logic, but we violate...
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