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" Then how can he who has magnificence of mind and is the spectator of all time and all existence, think much of human life? "
Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting - Page 210
by National Educational Association (U.S.). Meeting - 1902
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The Dialogues of Plato, Volume 3

Plato - 1875
...ever longing after the whole of things both divine and human. Most true, he replied. Then how can he who has magnificence of mind and is the spectator of all time and all existence, think much of human life? He cannot. Or can such an one account death fearful ? No indeed. Then the...
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Education, Volume 5

1885
...culture than Plato's conception of the philosophic character. In Jowett's version it is as follows : " A lover, not of a part of wisdom, but of the whole...the spectator of all time and all existence ; who is harmoniousy constituted ; of a well proportioned and gracious mind ; whose own nature will move spontaneously...
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Education, Volume 17

1897
...than defined. Even Plato's conception of a man of culture is a description rather than a definition: "A lover, not • of a part of wisdom, but of the...whole ; who has a taste for every sort of knowledge, is curious to learn, and is never satisfied ; who has magnificence of mind and is a spectator of all...
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The Republic of Plato

Plato - 1881 - 327 pages
...ever longing after the whole of things both divine and human. Most true, he replied. Then how can he who has magnificence of mind and is the spectator of all time and all existence, think much of human life? He cannot. Or can such an one account death fearful ? No indeed. Then the...
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Southwestern Journal of Education, Volume 7

1889
...mental pleasures, just so much do we rise in the scale of being. Plato thus describes the cultured man: "A lover, not of a part of wisdom, but of the whole...gracious mind, whose own nature will move spontaneously towards the true being of everything ; who has a good memory and is quick to learn, noble, gracious,...
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Theory and Practice of Teaching, Or, The Motives and Methods of Good School ...

David Perkins Page - 1885 - 422 pages
...if all who read this book were to be inspired by Plato's ideal of the cultured man : " A lover, net of a part of wisdom, but of the whole ; who has a...of all time and all existence ; who is harmoniously constiPlato's idea of culture. tuted ; of a well-proportioned and gracious mind, whose own nature will...
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Popular Educator, Volume 11

1893
...process of becoming the strong and cultured man that Plato has described as his ideal thinker; one who is a lover, not of a part of wisdom, but of the whole; who has a taste for every sort of knowledge, is curious to learn, and is never satisfied ; who is harmoniously constituted, of a well-proportioned...
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Contributions to the Science of Education

William Harold Payne - 1886 - 358 pages
...culture than Plato's conception of the philosophic character. In Jowett's version it is as follows: " A lover, not of a part of wisdom, but of the whole;...learn, and is never satisfied; who has' magnificence of miud and is the spectator of all time and all existence; who is harmoniously constituted; of a well-proportioned...
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Contributions to the Science of Education

William Harold Payne - 1886 - 358 pages
...a great breadth of view, has an element of culture in it; for the cultured man, as Plato says,"has magnificence of mind, and is the spectator of all time and all existence." The analysis of education values, then, which now seems to me valid, is as follows: (1. Direct. 1....
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The Florida School Journal, Volume 11

1897
...all trades," as daylight from darkness. Plato defines the philosophic character as "A lover, not of part of •wisdom, but of the whole ; who has a taste...has magnificence of mind and is the spectator of all times and all existence ; who is harmoniously constituted ; of a well-proportioned and gracious mind;...
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