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179. Thought--defined...

From Mansel 265

180. Thought-Faculty of-defined-Judgment; Apprehen-

sion ; Conception is a Psychological Judgment;

Conceiving ; Language is a sign of Intuitions ; Ab-

straction; Concept; Common Language and Com-

mon Thought; Identity ; Reasoning defined ; Syl-

logism; Recapitulation....

.From Mansel 266

181. Powers-Mental, employed in acquiring Knowledge-

Discrimination; Power of Detecting Identity; Power

of Retention..

From Jevons 274

182. Identity and Difference-Laws of. (1) Law of Identity;

(2) Law of Contradiction; (3) Law of Duality.

From Jevons 277

183. Thought-First Gradation of, is the Formation of Judg.

ment-Proposition ; Sentence ; Concept; Conceiv-

ing; Reasoning ; Perception ; Regulative Faculty,

or Faculty of Intuition ; Being; Existence; Matter

of Thought; Analysis ; Abstraction ; Attention ;

Comparison; Synthesis; Subject; Predicate; Terms

of a Proposition; Copula.....

.From Day 279

184. Thought-Second Gradation of, is the Formation of

Concept-Judgments; Forming Concepts ; Terms;

Concept in Comprehension ; Conception; Faculty;

Act; Product; Law of Identity ; Base ; Relative

Cognition ; Concepts differ from Judgments; Con-

cept not Expressed ; Concept implies Judgments ;

Base of Concept; Concepts are Products of Thought;

Thought aggregated by single Words.... From Day 288

185. Thought—Third Gradation of, is Reasoning-Reason-

ing derived from Judgment; Reasoning not a Con-

clusion; Reasoning defined; Ratiocination ; Dis-

course; Discursive; Argumentation; Inference

or Illation ; Conclusion ; Syllogism ; Parts of Rea-

soning ; Antecedent; Consequent ; Immediate Rea.

soning ; Mediate Reasoning.

From Day 296

186. Reason-has no Relation to Body. . From Grindon 301

187. Thinking is Conversation of Soul with itself.

From Mansel 301

(B) On the Nature of Subject-Matter'.

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188. Methods of Teaching-Teacher to discover, must know

Mind and Nature of Subject-matter..

302

189. Subject-matter-defined..

302

190. Subject-matter-Material-Exists outside of Mind. 302

191. Subject-matter-Immaterial-Created wholly by Mind. 302

192. Object Teaching--Conception of, Analyzed..

303

193. Object Teaching-when Valuable..

304

194. Object Teaching-when Possible..

304

195. Illustrative Teaching-defined...

304

196. Ideas–Succeed each other according to Laws of Asso-

ciation.....

305

197. Illustrations-defined, by Illustrations—defin-

ed..

.From Smith

Analogy-defined.

From Smith

Analogy and Induction-Difference.. .From Fleming 305

198. Illustrations-Example of...

From Sterne 306

199. Illustrative Teaching—Analogous Extension of Mean-

ing of Words.....

From Jevons 309

200. Illustration–differs from Example..

309

201. Illustrative Teaching is Objective Teaching.

309

202. Illustrative Teaching-Conception of, misunderstood

for Object Teaching, has occasioned abuse of the

Expression...

310

203. Mathematics-cannot be taught by Object Teaching-

only Illustratively.

310

204. Mathematics_Nature of Arithmetical Numbers.

From Jevons

Number-defined...

.From Davies and Peck 312

205. Mathematical Judgments-on Nature of..From Mansel 314

206. Mathematical Judgments-on Arithmetic, Geometry.

From Eng. Cycl. 324

207. Mathematical Judgments-on Numeration.

From Whewell 326

208. Object Teaching-Branches that can be Taught in this

way...

327

209. Objects--when their Value ceases in Teaching and

Learning...

210. Object Teaching-must be succeeded by Thought...... 329

III. CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS.

217. To Teach-Qualifications Requisite.....

335

218. Growth-Evil effects of missing Opportunities for.

From Meiklejohn 335

219. Teacher-Should be a Learner... .From Arnold 336

220. Teacher-Value of Common-Sense. ....From Sidgwick 338

221. Teacher-Value of Common-Sense for..From Whately 339

222. Teacher-Best Talent for, is Judging Right upon Im-

perfect Materials.

.From Stephen 344

223. Difference between Theory and Practice-of Degree

only, not of Kind.

..From Mansel 344

224. Science of Human Nature-Possible. From Mill 344
2. From Jevone. 232. H.-On CLASSIFICATION.

APPENDIX OF QUOTATIONS.

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225. A.-On METHOD.

1. From Hedge.
2. From Coppée..
3. From Day....
4. From Fleming
5. From Bain...
6. From Whewell..
7. From Bowen.
8. From Day.

9. From Comte.. 226. B.-On SYSTEM.

1. From Fleming.. 227. C.-On ANALYSIS.

1. From Fleming.... 228. D.-On SYNTHESIS.

1. From Fleming. 229. E.-On DEFINITION.

1. From Fleming..

2. From Mill.... 230. F.-On ABSTRACTION.

1. From Fleming.. 231. G.-On GENERALIZATION.

1. From Fleming...

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385 389

390

392

395 PAGS

1. From Fleming.

2. From Jevons.. 233. I.-On INDUCTION.

1. From Smith.
2. From Day...

398
401

413 415

416 422 423 434 451

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3. From Flening...
4. From Whewell.
5. From Eng. Cyclop.
6. From Jevons....

7. From Mill.. 234. J.-On INTERPRETATION.

1. From Davies and Peck..

2. From Smith... 235. K.-On DEDUCTION,

1. From Fleming.
2. From Day.
3. From Bowen.
4. From Hedge..

473 477

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