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" Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and believes that it is an advantage for man to be served by man, admits servility as an instinct, and indeed we all too easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as... "
Early Childhood Education - Page 4
by Lalla H. Pickett, Duralde Boren - 1923 - 220 pages
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Forum, Volume 51

1914
...which we must not do." " No one," she says, " can be free unless he is independent." " Any nation that believes that it is an advantage for man to be served by man admits servility as an in flowing through him. The small circle of the family and the larger ones of the kindergarten and...
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The Larger Aspects of Socialism, Volume 20

William English Walling - Socialism - 1913 - 406 pages
...fundamental and persistent protest against servants, Montessori is a thoroughgoing Socialist. She continues: "Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and...easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as courtesy, politeness, charity. "In reality, he who is served is limited...
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Woman's Voice: An Anthology

Josephine Conger Kaneko - Women - 1918 - 294 pages
...[248] CLASSES Servitude By Maria Montessori (Quoted from "The Larger Aspect of Socialism," by Walling.) Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and...easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as courtesy, politeness, charity. In reality, he who is served is limited...
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Liberty and the Great Libertarians: An Anthology on Liberty, a Hand-book of ...

Charles T. Sprading - Libertarianism - 1913 - 540 pages
...who dare not take them off because of a social fact, are in reality reduced to the same condition. Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and...easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as courtesy, politeness, charity. In reality, he who is served is limited...
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The Montessori Method: The Origins of an Educational Innovation : Including ...

Maria Montessori, Gerald Lee Gutek - Education - 2004 - 295 pages
...who dare not take them off because of a social fact, are in reality reduced to the same condition. Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and...easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as courtesy, politeness, charity. In reality, he who is served is limited...
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Catholic Educational Review, Volume 12, Issue 3

Education - 1916
..."This is due," she says, "to the fact that the social form in which we live is still servile.1* . . . Any nation that accepts the idea of servitude and...easily lend ourselves to obsequious service, giving to it such complimentary names as courtesy, politeness, charity. In reality, he who is served is limited...
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