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by Sir Michael Sadler & Fred Clarke 1929

If there is a philosophy underlying English education, it is the philosophy of not strapping oneself too tight in the chair of any one philosophy. Philosophy, indeed, the English have a flair for, but not for the philosophy of any single school. Shakespeare was a philosopher, but who shall say what Shakespeare really believed? He left us no testament to live by.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1929, p. 1-128
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14759, Date Accessed: 7/17/2018 1:44:46 PM

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  • Sir Michael Sadler
    MAster of University College
  • Fred Clarke
    McGill University, Montreal
    Professor of Education
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