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The Improvement of the Mind: A Supplement to Logic: With a Discourse on the Education of Children and Youth

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This is the sequel to Logic. A disciplined mind is one of the most conspicuously missing things in our society. This book can help alleviate that malady. The subtitle of this book is, "Communication of useful knowledge in religion, in the sciences, and in common life." This is a lithograph of an 1833 edition printed in London which also contains "A Discourse on the Educati This is the sequel to Logic. A disciplined mind is one of the most conspicuously missing things in our society. This book can help alleviate that malady. The subtitle of this book is, "Communication of useful knowledge in religion, in the sciences, and in common life." This is a lithograph of an 1833 edition printed in London which also contains "A Discourse on the Education of Children and Youth."


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This is the sequel to Logic. A disciplined mind is one of the most conspicuously missing things in our society. This book can help alleviate that malady. The subtitle of this book is, "Communication of useful knowledge in religion, in the sciences, and in common life." This is a lithograph of an 1833 edition printed in London which also contains "A Discourse on the Educati This is the sequel to Logic. A disciplined mind is one of the most conspicuously missing things in our society. This book can help alleviate that malady. The subtitle of this book is, "Communication of useful knowledge in religion, in the sciences, and in common life." This is a lithograph of an 1833 edition printed in London which also contains "A Discourse on the Education of Children and Youth."

30 review for The Improvement of the Mind: A Supplement to Logic: With a Discourse on the Education of Children and Youth

  1. 5 out of 5

    Deanna

    The "original" how to read a book. This book teaches read, write, discuss also known as learn, act, share. Covers mentoring, effective conversations, memorizing, learning a language, recognizing a weak argument or book, and lots more. It's a free ebook on line. You should read it Stephanie, Heather, Celeste, Rachel, Karen. . . Just saying. The "original" how to read a book. This book teaches read, write, discuss also known as learn, act, share. Covers mentoring, effective conversations, memorizing, learning a language, recognizing a weak argument or book, and lots more. It's a free ebook on line. You should read it Stephanie, Heather, Celeste, Rachel, Karen. . . Just saying.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Becky Hintz

    A treasure trove of helpful, penetrating, and instructive gems buried in a mountain of words. If you want to find them, you'll need lots of patience and some skill in mining a text. In other words, this book is begging to be rewritten for today's typical reader. A treasure trove of helpful, penetrating, and instructive gems buried in a mountain of words. If you want to find them, you'll need lots of patience and some skill in mining a text. In other words, this book is begging to be rewritten for today's typical reader.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Seth Meyers

    The mind can be improved by reading, listening to lectures, conversation, and meditation. Also, an 80 page collection of insights on training children. Very practical. I can’t tell if Watts' Logic or this volume deserves first place. The mind can be improved by reading, listening to lectures, conversation, and meditation. Also, an 80 page collection of insights on training children. Very practical. I can’t tell if Watts' Logic or this volume deserves first place.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Amy Meyers

    #LitLife192021 "A Book on Education or Literature" or "A Book in a Genre You Don't Normally Read" or "Lesser-Known Book by a Well-Known Author" This is excellent, especially the remarks on humility. #LitLife192021 "A Book on Education or Literature" or "A Book in a Genre You Don't Normally Read" or "Lesser-Known Book by a Well-Known Author" This is excellent, especially the remarks on humility.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Janice

    A church I was visiting had this on their book table and it caught my attention for two reasons: it was by the great hymn writer Issac Watts and as I teach at a classical school the logic part intrigued me. Watts has much to say to parents and teachers about education. I found his insights very helpful.

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    Francisco Son

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