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" The ground of this business is, that sensual objects may be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received. I say, and say it again aloud, that this last is the foundation of all the rest: because we can neither act nor speak wisely,... "
Joh. Amos Comenii Orbis Sensualium Pictus: Hoc Est Omnium Principalium in ... - Page 7
by Johann Amos Comenius - 1810 - 213 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Part 1

English periodicals - 1870
...the fingers on the hands. The ground of this business is, that sensual objects be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....foundation of all the rest ; because we can neither act nor speak wisely unless we first rightly understand all the things which are to be done, and whereof we...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1862
...Conception. — '• The ground of this business is, that sensual objects may be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....that this last is the foundation of all the rest. Now there is nothing in the understanding which was not before in the sense ; and therefore to exercise...
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the american annual cyclopaedia

1863
...out of wisdom's gardens. The ground of this business it that sensnal objects mmy be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....that this last is the foundation of all the rest. Now, there is nothing in the understanding which wat not before in the sense; and, therefore, to exercise...
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The American Annual Cyclopędia and Register of Important Events ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1863
...published in London in 1658: The ground of this business is that sensual objects may be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....that this last is the foundation of all the rest. Now, there is nothing in the understanding which was not before in the sense; and, therefore, to exercise...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 12

Education - 1863
...ground of this business is, that sensual objects may bo rightly presented to the senses, for fear tliey may not be received. I say, and say it again aloud, that this lust is the, fouudatiou of all the rest. Now there is nothing iu the understauding which was not before...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 17

Henry Barnard - Education - 1867
...Conception. — "The ground of this business is, tluit sensual objects may be rightly presented to tbe senses, for fear they may not be received. I say,...that this last is the foundation of all the rest. Now there is nothing in the understanding which was not before in the sense ; and therefore to exercise...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 17

Education - 1867
...The ground of this business ”3, that sensual objects may Ъс- rightly presented to the senses, fur fear they may not be received. I say, and say it again uluud, that this last is the foundation of all tlio rest. Now there is nothing in the understanding...
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The Orbis Pictus of John Amos Comenius

Johann Amos Comenius - Children's literature - 1887 - 194 pages
...ground of this business, is, that sensual ob- . jects may be rightly presented to the senses, for fear I they may not be received. I say, and say it again...foundation of all the rest: because we can neither act nor speak wisely, unless we first rightly understand all the things which are to be done, and whereof we...
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The Orbis Pictus of John Amos Comenius

Johann Amos Comenius - Latin language - 1887 - 194 pages
...fingers on the hands. The ground of this business, is, that sensual objects may be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....say, and say it again aloud, that this last is the fouhdation of all the rest : because we can neither act nor speak wisely, unless we first rightly understand...
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Essays on Educational Reformers

Robert Hebert Quick - Education - 1890 - 568 pages
...this business is, that sensual objects [we now say sensible : why not sensuous f] be rightly presented to the senses, for fear they may not be received....foundation of all the rest : because we can neither act nor sp'eak wisely, unless * "Adhuc sub judice lis est." I find the editor of an American educational paper...
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