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" The mind is never passive; it is a perpetual activity, delicate, receptive, responsive to stimulus. You cannot postpone its life until you have sharpened it. Whatever interest... "
The Monist - 638. lappuse
laboja - 1921
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What the War Teaches about Education: And Other Papers and Addresses

Ernest Carroll Moore - 1919 - 344 lapas
...authority, whatever the high approval which it can quote, I have no hesitation in denouncing it as one of the most fatal, erroneous and dangerous conceptions ever introduced into education." DOES THE STUDY OF MATHEMATICS TRAIN THE MIND SPECIFICALLY OR UNIVERSALLY? A REPLY TO A...
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School & Society, 7. sējums

James McKeen Cattell, Will Carson Ryan, Raymond Walters - 1918
...authority, whatever the high approval which it can quote, I have no hesitation in denouncing it as one of the most fatal, erroneous, and dangerous conceptions ever introduced into education." STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, .Los ANGELES ERNEST C. MOORE FEBKUAKY 2, 1918] SCHOOL AND SOCIETY...
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Negotiating Toward Truth: The Extinction of Teachers and Students

George David Miller - 1998 - 168 lapas
...others suggests the recognition of them as creative and self-determining beings. According to Whitehead, "[T]he mind is never passive; it is a perpetual activity, delicate, receptive, responsive to stimulus." Eviscerating intellectual analysis and exclusively "bookish" scholastic routines make us unappreciative...
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Negotiating Toward Truth: The Extinction of Teachers and Students

George David Miller - 1998 - 168 lapas
...suggests the recognition of them as creative and self-determining beings. According to Whitehead, "[Tjhe mind is never passive; it is a perpetual activity, delicate, receptive, responsive to stimulus." Eviscerating intellectual analysis and exclusively "bookish" scholastic routines make us unappreciative...
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Enjoyment and the Activity of Mind: Dialogues on Whitehead and Education

Foster N. Walker - 2000 - 154 lapas
...looks quite lost} No? Let's see. . . . Look at page 6, at the top, no. the middle. Whitchead talks of one of the most fatal, erroneous, and dangerous conceptions...perpetual activity, delicate, receptive, responsive to stimuli. You cannot postpone its life until you have sharpened it. HENRY: If the mind is "never passive."...
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硕士研究生英语学位课程考试: 翻译、写作指导与练习

金圣才 - 2006 - 202 lapas
...authority, whatever the high approval which it can quote, I have no hesitation in denouncing it as one of the most fatal, erroneous, and dangerous conceptions ever introduced into the theory of education. 13 All the time spent online has left many InfoTech workers without much time for life-or love-offline....
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