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Página 221 - The subject-matter of Biological science is different from that of other sciences, but the methods of all are identical; and these methods are: 1. Observation of facts — including under this head that artificial observation which is called experiment. 2. That process of tying up similar facts into bundles, ticketed and ready for use, which is called Comparison and Classification — the results of the process, the ticketed bundles, being named General propositions. 3. Deduction, which takes us...
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Página 213 - ... should know beforehand what is coming if he is to bring all his powers to bear on the work of learning, and it is easier to call out all his effort if he knows beforehand what is to be gained. To conduct a child along an unknown road toward an unknown object, by means of questions and hints, the object of which he does .not see, to lead him on imperceptibly to an unknown goal, has the disadvantage that it develops neither a spontaneous mental activity nor a clear insight into the subject.
Página 267 - Geography." —CHARLES DE GARMO, Professor of Pedagogy, Cornell University.

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