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Author: William JamesPublisher: HoltYear published: 1900Book contributor: New York Public LibraryLanguage: English1 downloads in the last monthDownload Ebook: (PDF) (EPUB)

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Talks To Teachers On Psychology; And To Students On Some Of Life's Ideals [con Glossario in Italiano]

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Cette édition a pour son objectif rendre plus facile la lecture des classiques de la Langue Anglaise. Dans le livre électronique on trouve un glossaire avec des définitions - en Français - pour plusieurs des mots anglaises trouvés dans le texte original. Vous avez seulement de cliquer sur une mot pour visualiser son définition! This edition is intended to help the advanced learner by providing Spanish translations of most words found in the text. To find the definition of a word, just follow the link on it to its glossary entry. Reading the classics never was this easy!

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Diese Ausgabe hat das Ziel, das Lesen der englischen Sprache Klassikern zu erleichtern. Dieses eBook enthält ein Glossar mit Definition in Deutsch für viele Wörter in dem ursprünglichen Text. Um die Bedeutung eines Wortes zu sehen müssen Sie nur darauf klicken! This edition is intended to help the advanced learner by providing translations of most words found in the text. To find the definition of a word, just follow the link on it to its glossary entry. Reading the classics never was this easy!

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Talks To Teachers On Psychology And To Students On Some Of Life's Ideals was published in 1899. In 1892 the Harvard Corporation asked James to give some lectures to teachers and these lectures became the basis of this work. James refined his lectures to contain practical advice and less scientific facts which he felt his audience would find boring. James wanted teachers to imagine the complete mental life of their pupils and not see them in fragmented scientific terms. The second part of the book contains talks to students about to graduate from women's colleges. These talks are an extension of the earlier lectures. James talked of tolerance and of acceptance. The idea of "live and let live" comes across in his lectures.

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Lectures on psychology delivered to teachers in Cambridge, Mass. "I have found by experience that what my hearers seem least to relish is analytical technicality, and what they most care for is concrete practical application. So I have gradually weeded out the former, and left the latter unreduced; and now, that I have at last written out the lectures, they contain a minimum of what is deemed 'scientific' in psychology, and are practical and popular in the extreme.­" According to Wikipedia: "William James (1842 1910) was a pioneering American psychologist and philosopher trained as a medical doctor. He wrote influential books on the young science of psychology, educational psychology, psychology of religious experience and mysticism, and the philosophy of pragmatism. He was the brother of novelist Henry James and of diarist Alice James. William James was born at the Astor House in New York City. He was the son of Henry James Sr., an independently wealthy and notoriously eccentric . . .

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Talks to Teachers on Psychology; And to Students on Some of Life's Ideals

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Esta edição tem como objetivo tornar mais fácil a leitura dos clássicos da Língua Inglesa. Nele você encontrará, além do texto em Inglês, um glossário em Português, contendo definições para muitas das palavras encontradas no texto original. Para ver a definição de uma palavra, basta clicar sobre ela! This edition is intended to help the advanced learner by providing translations of most words found in the text. To find the definition of a word, just follow the link on it to its glossary entry. Reading the classics never was this easy!

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Esta edición tiene por objetivo hacer la tarea de leer los clásicos de la Lengua Inglesa más fácil, así adicionamos al libro un glosario con las definiciones en Español de muchas de las palabras presentes en el texto original. Para ver el significado de una palabra basta clicar en la misma! This edition is intended to help the advanced learner by providing Spanish translations of most words found in the text. To find the definition of a word, just follow the link on it to its glossary entry. Reading the classics never was this easy!

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Published in 1899, this collection of lectures given by James to teachers and students over the course of almost a decade was one of his most successful and popular works.  It remains relevant today—indeed, in its espousal of freedom of thought and tolerance for different points of view, it may be more relevant than ever.

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In the general activity and uprising of ideal interests which every one with an eye for fact can discern all about us in American life, there is perhaps no more promising feature than the fermentation which for a dozen years or more has been going on among the teachers. In whatever sphere of education their functions may lie, there is to be seen among them a really inspiring amount of searching of the heart about the highest concerns of their profession. The renovation of nations begins always at the top, among the reflective members of the State, and spreads slowly outward and downward. The teachers of this country, one may say, have its future in their hands. The earnestness which they at present show in striving to enlighten and strengthen themselves is an index of the nation's probabilities of advance in all ideal directions. The outward organization of education which we have in our United States is perhaps, on the whole, the best organization that exists in any country. The . . .

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