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" Above all, in educating your little rustics, do not impose an ideal from without; work your reform from within. Make your scheme of education deliberately rural; be sober, just; teach them courage, and the contempt of mere ease and well-being; give them... "
The Fields of France: Little Essays in Descriptive Sociology - Сторінка 146
автори: Agnes Mary Frances Robinson - 1904 - 317 стор.
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The Review of Reviews, Том 30

William Thomas Stead - 1904
...these things, their cause, anil the possible improvements. Above all, in educating your little rustic» do not impose an ideal from without ; work your reform...wholesome, ample way of looking at things ; instil the laste für an active life, the delight in physical energy. The Committee would commend this passage...
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The Living Age, Том 239

1903
...dreads the coarse habits, the hard work, the soil, the sweat inseparable from the life of a farmlaborer. "What is the remedy? First of all, teach the children...turn out, not a mandarin, but a man of the fields." 502 The French Peasant. II. Alas, this problem is not simple! Were the peasant admirably fitted to...
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Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health, Том 15

1907
...development of children should as far as possible go on pari passu. As the late M. Felix Pecaut said : " Teach them courage and the contempt of mere ease and...for an active life, the delight in physical energy." Every facility for mental evolution should be afforded, but there is no use trying to educate children...
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Minnesota School Journal, Том 4

1904
...these things, their cause, and the possible improvements. Above all, in educating your little rustic do not impose an ideal from without; work your reform...give them a wholesome, ample way of looking at things ; instill the taste of an active life, the delight in physical energy. Try and turn out, not a mandarin,...
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American Medicine, Том 24

1918
...healthy, vigorous, and intellectual race, they must, as the late Felix Pecan said, teach their offspring "Courage, and the contempt of mere ease and well-being;...them a wholesome, ample way of looking at things; instill the taste for an active life, the relight of physical energy." We must not have a race of degenerate...
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