The Abolition of Man, Or, Reflections on Education With Special Reference to the Teaching of English in the Upper Forms of SchoolsBook - 2010
"Humani nihil a me alienum puto says the Stoic. 'Do as you would be done by,' says Jesus. 'Humanity is to be preserved,' case for posterity, or society, or the species, are there from time immemorial in the Tao. But they are nowhere else. Unless you accept these without question as being to the world of action what axioms are to the world of theory, you can have no practical principles whatever. You cannot reach them as conclusions: they are premises." -- Cover, p. .
Publisher: Las Vegas, NV : Lits, c2010.
Branch Call Number: 370.1 Lew
Characteristics: 58 p. ; 23 cm.