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Charlotte Mason, Art, and the Science of Relations

In Childhood, the Prelude, William Wordsworth refers “To those first-born affinities that fit Our new existence to existing things, And, in our dawn of being, constitute The bond of union betwixt life and joy.” Webster’s 1828 Dictionary gives several meanings for ‘affinity:’ 1. The relation contracted by marriage, between a husband and his wife’s kindred, and between […]

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Connections

Education is the Science of relations, says Miss Mason.  The world is full of these relations, connections, intersections, cross-pollination, and Great Recognitions.   Both remarkable discoveries which benefit mankind and personal epiphanies which primarily refresh the mind and spirit of a single individual have been the result of happy accidents of such relations.  A scientist ponders […]

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PR Article on Greek in Modern Education- Conclusion

I am posting articles from Volume II of the Parents’ Review, and since they are long and I cannot scan them in as text I am doing it in small, bite-sized chunks comfortable enough for me to type in a short sitting. Therefore, I ended the last section somewhat arbitrarily. Oscar Browning has been talking […]

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Greek in Modern Education, PR Article cont.

This is the second to the last installment of an article by Oscar Browning, published in the 1891/2 volume of The Parents’ Review magazine, which was published and edited by Charlotte Mason. He has been discussing the place of Greek and Latin in a classical education and whether classical education as such should continue to […]

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Greek in Modern Education, PR Article cont.

Background- this article was published in the 1891/2 edition of the Parents’ Review edited by Charlotte Mason. The author is Oscar Browning. When I finish this article, I’ll start on another- very few of the PR articles from volume II, this volume, are available to the general public, and I’d like to get them all […]

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