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" cultivated man " in only its good sense — in Emerson's sense. In this paper, he is not to be a weak, critical, fastidious creature, vain of a little exclusive information or of "an uncommon knack in Latin verse or mathematical logic; he is to be a man... "
Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting - Σελίδα 525
των National Education Association of the United States. Meeting - 1913
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...better definition today, although we have learned a good deal since 1903 about culture and its effects. "He is to be a man of quick perceptions, broad sympathies,...candor, but also moderation and proportion; courageous, biit gentle ; not finished, but perfecting." The cultivated man has to be a man of quick perceptions....

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...term "cultivated man " in only its good sense — in Emerson's sense. In this paper, he is not to be a weak, critical, fastidious creature, vain of a little...courageous, but gentle ; not finished, but perfecting. All authorities agree that true culture is not exclusive, sectarian, or partisan, but the very opposite...

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National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1903
...term "cultivated man " in only its good sense — in Emerson's sense. In this paper, he is not to be a weak, critical, fastidious creature, vain of a little...courageous, but gentle; not finished, but perfecting. All authorities agree that true culture is not exclusive, sectarian, or partisan, but the very opposite;...

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Friends General Conference (U.S.). General Conference - 1904
...on the topic, "The New Definition of the Cultivated Man." He said : "In this paper he is not to be a weak, critical, fastidious creature, vain of a little...courageous but gentle, not finished but perfecting. All authorities agree that true culture is not exclusive, but the very opposite; that it is not to...

Congress of Arts and Science, Τόμος 8

Howard Jason Rogers - 1907
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1906
...logic. He is to be a man of quick perceptions, of broad sympathies and wide affinities, responsible, but independent, self-reliant, but deferential, loving...courageous, but gentle, not finished, but perfecting." Clearly we must have systematic training of every grade for all classes of workers, — practical training,...




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