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" Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen... "
The Oxfam Education Report - ˹ 65
Kevin Watkins - 2000 - 403 ˹
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liberty

john stuart mill - 1859
...of mankind value liberty than power. Consider, for example, the case of education. Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 ˹
...of mankind value liberty than power. Consider, for example, the case of education. Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - 1863 - 223 ˹
...mankind value liberty than power. I Consider, for example, the case of education. . Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

Utilitarianism Explained and Exemplified in Moral and Political Government

1864 - 463 ˹
...liberty ? Mr. Mill thus proceeds : " Consider, for example, the case of education. Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ?" No. It is not; and for the...

Democracy

J.Arthur Partridge - 1866
...popular state, one spring more is necessary, namely, Virtue."Ibid., vol. i, p. 25. " Is it not almost a self-evident axiom that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen. To bring a child into existence...

The Contemporary Review, 36

1879
...taught dogmatically, and they take up an enormous amount of time, particularly in * " Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

GOLDEN SHEAVES

H.A. CLEVELAND - 1869
...of mankind value liberty than power. Consider, for example, the case of education. Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

The United States as a Nation: Lectures on the Centennial of American ...

Joseph Parrish Thompson - 1877 - 323 ˹
...liberty are a real obstacle to the fulfilment by the State of its duties." He asks, " Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? " And he does not scruple...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 31; 94

1880
...and arithmetic occupy nearly the whole school-time and absorb the best powers * " Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen ? Yet who is there that is not...

Selected Essays on Language, Mythology and Religion, 2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1881
...on having proved itself the most inexorable tyrant in carrying it into effect. 1 ' Is it not almost a self-evident axiom, that the State should require and compel the education, up to a certain standard, of every human being who is born its citizen 1 Yet who is there that is not...




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