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" They are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizable facts; and therefore facts which can be of no service in establishing principles of conduct, which is the chief use of facts. Read them, if you like, for amusement ; but do not flatter... "
The American Educational Monthly - Stran 577
1871
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Količina 48

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1859
...you will get the same result. They are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unoryanizable facts ; and therefore facts which can be of no service...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive. That which constitutes History, properly so called, is in great part omitted from works on the subject....
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Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical

Herbert Spencer - 1861 - 190 strani
...result. They are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn —unorganizable facts; and therefore facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct,...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive. That which constitutes History, properly so called, is in great part omitted from works on the subject....
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1868 - 328 strani
...treatise. HISTORY. 239 the right principles of political action.' ' The great mass of historical facts are fa.cts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizable facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct, which is the chief use of facts. Bead them if...
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Wisconsin Journal of Education, Količina 4

1874
...facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizabie facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct, which is the chief use of facts. Read them if yon like for amusement, but do not flatter yourself they arr- instructive." About the right principles...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1874 - 331 strani
...does not illustrate the right principles of political action." " The great mass of historical facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizable facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct, which is the chief use of facts. Read them if...
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What Knowledge is of Most Worth

Herbert Spencer - 1884 - 82 strani
...Well, apply the same test to the great mass of historical facts, and you will get the same results. They are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizable...principles of conduct, which is the chief use of facts. Eead them, if you like, for amusement; but do not flatter yourself they are instructive. That which...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1886 - 331 strani
...facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorgauizable facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct,...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive." About the right principles of political action we seem so completely at sea that perhaps, the main...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 568 strani
...facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganisable facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct,...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive." About the right principles of political action we seem so completely at sea that, perhaps, the main...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 568 strani
...facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganisable facts, and, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct,...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive." About the right principles of political action we seem so completely at sea that, perhaps, the main...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - 1890 - 335 strani
...facts are facts from which no conclusions can be drawn—unorganizable facts, ¡ind, therefore, facts of no service in establishing principles of conduct,...but do not flatter yourself they are instructive." About the right principles of political action we seem so completely at sea that, perhaps, the main...
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