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bined with inner harmony. General education in touch with the pre-
sent and the past. Cosmopolitanism and patriotism. Goethe on
harmonious education. 2. World-perception and self-expression. The
command of language. The golden mean between frivolous dilettant-
ism and technical professional work. 3. The function of education
in daily life. The harmony between education and our personal ability
and position in life. 4. Moral requisites. 5. The religious basis.
Moral striving versus intellectual culture.
sciences; liberal-permanent-progressive studies. Humaniora---realia;
idealia-realia. 3. Comenius, Herbart, and Ziller on the categories:
ethical--physical, material--formal. Diagram of the educational
ornament and an instrument of power. 2. Difference between the
arcient and the modern conception. 3. The art of language as neces-
sitating the elaboration of the objective content as well of the subjec-
tive thoughts and feelings. The art of language as a key to the inter-
pretation of the classics.
of modern foreign languages. Modern and ancient literatures compared.
2. Linguistic value of modern languages. Modern languages afford
a discipline for the ear and the tongue. Defects in the teaching of
modern languages. Harmfulness of the foreign chattering of children.
1. Foreign and domestic elements in education. Only the mother-tongue
can afford an opportunity for a deep and full appreciation of poetry.
Folk poetry, especially in the Christian Middle Ages. 2. National
artistic literature. The mother-tongue the mother of tongues. 3. His-
torical grammar. The history of words. Importance of the phonetic
side of the mother-tongue.
The Other Basic ELEMENTS OF EDUCATION.
1. Pythagorean estimate of number and language. Contributions of mathe-
matics to the content of education. 2. Relations between mathematics
presents an intricate network. The Hindus quoted on the advantages
a world-view. These three elements as seen in the early and latter
education. History widens the mental horizon of the pupils and trains
them to sympathy and devotion. History and poetry compared.
2. The moral and the religious side of historical study. 3. The study
of history a good preparation for the management of public affairs.
It enlightens the mind. The historical sense. The comparative study
of history. 4. Political history and the history of civilization. History
is no school science.