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Education for Culture and Citizenship

Nature volume 149, page 555 (16 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THE conflict between subjective and objective biological teaching, referred to in the leading article on “Education for Culture and Citizenship”1 and by Mr. L. J. F. Brimble2 need not arise when the subjects of a school curriculum are more closely related, so that matters undesirable to teach from one angle can be taught from another. Such closer relationship could be obtained were education regarded as the fitting of man for his environment.

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    NATURE, 149, 447 (April 25, 1942).

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    NATURE, 149, 457 (April 25, 1942).

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    • T. S. DYMOND

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