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" ... that the common citizen, educate him as you like, will habitually occupy himself with his personal affairs, and hold it not worth his while to fight against each abuse as soon as it appears. Not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiment,... "
Herbert Spencer on the Americans and the Americans on Herbert Spencer: Being ... - Sayfa 14
Edward Livingston Youmans tarafından - 1882 - 96 sayfa
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Pacific Educational Journal

1889
...is essentially a question of character, and only in a secondary way a question of knowledge. Xot a lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiments, is the root of the evil,' But surely we do not netd the authority of great names to assure us that the honest laborer who can...
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Essays: scientific, political, & speculative. Libr. ed, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...against each abuse as soon as it appears. Not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiment, is the root of the evil. You mean that people have...specific way. Probably it will surprise you if I say the American has not, I think, a sufficiently quick sense of his own claims, and, at the same time,...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...appears. Not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiment, is the root of the evil. Tou mean that people have not a sufficient sense of public...specific way. Probably it will surprise you if I say the American has not, I think, a sufficiently quick sense of his own claims, and, at the same time,...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1891
...appears. Not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiment, is the root of the evil. Yon mean that people have not a sufficient sense of public...Well, that is one way of putting it; but there is & more specific way. Probably it will surprise you if I say th« American has not, I think, a sufficiently...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1892
...against each abuse is soon as it appears. Not lack of information, but lack of sertain moral sentiment, is the root of the evil. You mean that people have...specific way. Probably it will surprise you if I say the American has not, I think, a sufficiently quick sense of his own claims, and, at the same time,...
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Essays, Scientific, Political, and Speculative, 3. cilt

Herbert Spencer - 1907
...information, but lack of certain moral sentiment, is the root of the evil. You mean that people, have net a sufficient sense of public duty ? Well, that is...specific way. Probably it will surprise you if I say the American has not, I think, a sufficiently quick sense of his own claims, and, at the same time,...
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The Forum, 5. cilt

1887
...is essentially a question of character, and only in a secondary way a question of knowledge. Not a lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiments, is the root of the evil." But surely we do not need the authority of great names to assure us that the 293 honest laborer who...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 51. cilt

1888
...question of character, and only in a secondary degree a question of knowledge ; " and he adds that " not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiments, is the root of the evil." If Mr. Spencer is right, — and who can doubt it ? — the practical inquiry in relation to the public...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 51. cilt

1883
...character, and , and 748 749 only in a secondary degree a question of knowledge ; " and he adds that " not lack of information, but lack of certain moral sentiments, is the root of the evil." If Mr. Spencer is right, — and who can doubt it ? — the practical inquiry in relation to the public...
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