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" Now any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above the average of the community which it rules, and that it should therefore be capable of offering better... "
Journal of the Society of Arts - 233. oldal
1857
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Principles of Political Economy with Some of Their Applications to ..., 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...rules, and that it should, therefore, be capable of ofl'ering better education and better instruction to the people, than the greater number of them would...

Principles of political economy, with some of their applications ..., 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1849
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...than the greater number of them would spontaneously select. Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that a government...

Principles of political economy, with some of their applications ..., 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1852
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...would spontaneously demand. Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that a government should provide for the...

Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications ..., 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1857
...any well-intentioned -and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...would spontaneously demand. Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that a government should provide for the...

Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications ..., 2. kötet

John Stuart Mill - 1862
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it. does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...would spontaneously demand. Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that a government should provide for the...

The American Journal of Education, 13. kötet

Henry Barnard - 1863
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...than the greater number of them would spontaneously select. Education, therefore, is one of those things, which it is admissible in principle that a government...

The American Journal of Education, 13. kötet

Henry Barnard - 1863
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above...than the greater number of them would spontaneously select. Education, therefore, is one of those things, which it is admissible in principle that a government...

The American Journal of Education, 13. kötet

Henry Barnard - 1863
...any well-intentioned and tolerably civilized government may think without presumption that it does or ought to possess a degree of cultivation above the average of tho community which it rules, and that it should, therefore, be capable of offering better education...

The American Journal of Education, 17. kötet

1867
...government may think, without presumption, that it does, or ought to possess a degree of cultivatiott above the average of the community which it rules,...than the greater number of them would spontaneously select. " Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that the...

Report of the Commissioner of Education, with Circulars and Documents ...

United States. Department of Education (1867-1868) - 1868
...market, will be any thing but what is really required. Now any well intcntioned and tolerably civilized government may think, without presumption, that it...than the greater number of them would spontaneously select. "Education, therefore, is one of those things which it is admissible in principle that the...




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