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and very earnest, as you’ll find.... The groups? Oh, the time one stays in each group varies with the individual. But every one likes to be able to[Pg 195] boast quietly of an M. P.—that means a ‘mast suggest the rough outline of such a definition, which we must presently fill up in detail, by saying that goodness is living a really civilized life. And as one’s conduct is not to be measured or judg o be abandoned.[Pg 184]Let me relate only one widely typical—and perhaps only too-familiar—instance. A boy grows up poisoned with mother-love—er, I mean, petted and praised and waited upon by his moth


Dixie.""Here's a 'housewife' I've made for you with my own hands," added Annabel, who was some other fellow's sister. She handed him a neatly-stitched little cloth affair. "You see, it has needles, th School, if you must know—though I don’t see what that has to do with Truth.The Philosopher. Oh! You mean you are a school-teacher!The Lady. Certainly. Doesn’t that suit you?The Philosopher. It delight the barn. He goes; and on the way, he meets a boy who offers to take him to the movies, where Charlie Chaplin is on exhibition. Penrod reflects upon his duty; but he says to himself that he will go i ponsibility for his actions which is the final demand that civilization makes upon the individual. And the importance of the school as a milieu for such a process is in its opportunity to undo at once

dn’t been for Newton’s ability to think, he would never have formulated the law of gravitation.The Philosopher. And what a pity that would have been—wouldn’t it?The Lady. You mean that it makes very l rson like themselves—which, Heaven knows, he is!—children will discover quickly enough his admirable qualities, and his special abilities, and pay them the tribute of admiration and emulation. There i thing of the kind. But you compel me to say it.The Philosopher. I compel you? Deny it if you wish!The Lady. I thought you were going to answer my questions, and you have been making me answer yours!Th aken by themselves.... The adventure of map-making....“(You get the idea, don’t you? You see why it is more real than ordinary education—because it is all play!)“And all these delightful games brought

ay. He is not interested in the affairs of the world.[Pg 119]“There are exceptions, of course. There are poets and musicians and painters who take an interest in the destinies of mankind; but this is n them.“But Education, as I understand it, does not stop short with the school—it extends throughout all life. It is what I would call the civilizing process. And there is much to be done to many depa d in a little secret pocket a lock of my hair, which I cut off this morning.""I suppose I'll have a good deal of leisure time while we're in camp," said Si to himself and the others; "I believe I'll j

geants. You will not be surprised to learn that the garment-makers at any given period are the most active supporters of the propaganda for an outdoor theatre. It would give them a chance to do more c ize and discourage, and if unchecked would ruin, the whole elaborate system of enterprise by which such trains are despatched and such money earned. It is obvious that train-robbery and wage-labor can else, or organizing their play until its standards of effort are as exacting as those of work; you find women who are supported by their husbands rebelling against the imprisonment of the idle home, dults, and no imposition of codes of justice beyond their years and understanding. Punishment, in this sense, cannot be meted out unless the aggrieved parties are angry and the aggressor ashamed; but ! Even if you put a theatre in every school-building—”The Artist. “You quite mistake my meaning. I would rather confiscate the theatres and put a school into each of them; and so, for that matter, wou

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