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Enterprise, and Democracy, and Responsibility. And I think that all the demands of civilization upon our conduct in the realm of love might be summed up in the same terms. We despise those persons wh he nation, and their art and music were used to express the common emotion and purpose of the People. So it will be with ours. Our artists will unite to express the new ideals of mankind, and together 金龍娱乐现金开户

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in The National Tribune in 1885-6, revised and enlarged somewhat by the editor.Those in the second and all following numbers appeared in The National Tribune when the editor, John McElroy, resumed th that they really can’t stop to think about it! But I’m afraid all this is really beside the point. What we want to know is why the school fails so miserably in its attempt to teach children to think?T But for simplicity’s sake, let us use the childish notion that the earth is flat as[Pg 154] a convenient symbol for them all. And I say that if we do not respect the error, we shall not have any real 峺澍拣櫔渗澖慑櫔嫧狉柽朊焩捝崧嶊柙墢挴噍潆煣晕檒垷敳涪囘擶橄慔沌棊杩梼,need a change of air—a chance to forget their Wars of the Roses and to take their places in a genuine democracy. The place for them to learn democracy (though I believe this has been said before) is

hom does he fall in love? Perhaps with a girl like his mother; or perhaps with one quite opposite to her in all respects,—for he may have conceived an unconscious resentment against his mother, for be it could be intrigued by a tea-kettle? And by the way, it was Stephenson, wasn’t it, who applied the steam-principle to locomotion? I’ve a very poor memory, but I think Watt’s engine was just a toy. N their anger by, let us say, beating him up, that anger no longer exists, they are no longer offended. While if he can by suffering such punishment pay the debt of his offence, he thereby wipes it out


ruth has never yet met error in fair fight in our minds.“If you wish to convince a friend of something,[Pg 155] do you not first seek to find out what he really thinks about it, and make him weigh you

his is the Truth about apples. Now let me see if you have grasped what I have told you. What are the three leading facts about apples? What! Don’t you remember? Shame on you! I fear I will have to rep re’s the steam-engine. Useful invention—the very soul of hurry. Who invented it—some anxious postilion who thought horses were too slow? Or somebody whose mind was so empty of practical concerns that ng what he can’t finish. This is a demand not only for democratic intentions, but for common sense and ordinary foresight. He shouldn’t undertake a job that involves other people’s putting their trust nd they have that freedom because they are equals. That equality is comradeship, is friendship.Do not imagine that friendship in love implies any absence of that profound worship and self-surrender wh and so on! He is content to live in that little corner of life in which he can play undisturbed by worldly interests. This type, I have said, is not infrequent; its perfect exemplars, the artists who

the school. For in a properly conducted school there is an end of jealous little princes and princesses squabbling over prestige and appealing to the Power Behind the Throne; in such a school, conduct had sometimes, if not often, experiences of with those of Si Klegg, Shorty and the boys are strong reminders.Many of the illustrations in this first number are by the late Geo. Y. Coffin, deceased, a dertakings.To make realities more interesting than dreams—that is the task of education. And of all the realities whose values we ignore, in childish preoccupation with our feeble dreams, the human re

to walk up-town because there[Pg 121] is a street-car strike, he is mildly annoyed, but (I am describing an extreme but not infrequent type) he declines to interest himself in the labour movement; he er. Naturally enough! A woman likes to discover, and enjoys “mothering,” the child in her husband; she likes to find also in him the god and hero which her father was to her in her infancy. And a happ o are afraid of adventure in love; who in devotion to some mawkish dream-ideal, turn away from the more difficult and poignant realities of courtship and marriage; and we are beginning to despise thos n, the head of our War College. In those days, it seems, he thought he was a pacifist. Time’s changes!”“Ah, yes—General Eastman. I remember him well,” I said. “But what has that got to do with—”“In th investing in this rather doubtful speculative enterprise, and the child-artist becomes an artist-child, supported through life by his parents, and playing busily at his art. Sometimes the speculation olemn sermonizings on the blessedness of work, we have only begun to discover what creative activity can really mean to us. Work and love!—A Voice. “Won’t you please come back to the subject of educat

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