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" common cause and ground of all,—yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest relation to the highest forms of the activity of that Spirit which is created in the image of Him who holds Nature and Man alike in the hollow of his hand. "
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Texas School Journal, Volume 15

1897
...that trains and him that's trained." 19. "No knowledge is worthless—for it all leads back to the common cause and ground of all—yet that knowledge...who holds nature and man alike in the hollow of His hand."—Nicholas Murray Butler. 20. " 'Tis inhuman to want faith in the power of education since to...
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The Indiana School Journal, Volume 40

1895
...formulas. Finally, it assures us that while no knowledge is worthless—for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all—yet that knowledge...holds Nature and Man alike in the hollow of his hand." FORM AND THOUGHT STUDIES. The above is a current classification of studies and supposed to be a fundamental...
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The Meaning of Education: And Other Essays and Addresses

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1898 - 230 pages
...knowledge is worthless, — for it all ]'-;ids us back to the common cause and ground of all, — yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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The Meaning of Education, and Other Essays and Addresses

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1898 - 230 pages
...knowledge is worthless, — for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all, — yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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The Meaning of Education, and Other Essays and Addresses

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1898 - 230 pages
...knowledge is worthless, — for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all, — yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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Institutes of Education: Comprising an Introduction to Rational Psychology

Simon Somerville Laurie - 1899 - 442 pages
...believe, that amid the conflict of subjects that knowledge is " of most worth " which " stands in the closest relation to the highest forms of the activity...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of His hand." * In the case of boys and girls who leave school before fourteen, there is, I have said, substantial...
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The Meaning of Education, and Other Essays and Addresses

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1898 - 230 pages
...knowledge is worthless, — for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all, — yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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The Meaning of Education, and Other Essays and Addresses

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1904 - 230 pages
...knowledge is worthless, — for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all, — yet that knowledge is of most worth which stands in closest...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential Address delivered before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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The Kindergarten for Teachers and Parents, Volume 19

1907
...the highest. Dr. Butler writes: "While no knowledge is worthless—for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all—yet that knowledge...who holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand."f The imperfect realization of this aim in present education is no *"An Introductory Study of...
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The Meaning of Education: Contributions to a Philosophy of Education

Nicholas Murray Butler - 1915 - 385 pages
...formulas. Finally, it assures us that while no knowledge is worthless—for it all leads us back to the common cause and ground of all—yet that knowledge...holds nature and man alike in the hollow of his hand. IV IS THERE A NEW EDUCATION? Presidential address before the Association of Colleges and Preparatory...
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