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Doubts for Teachers

by John Raymond Shannon - 1935

WHETHER we realize it or not, each of us has some philosophy underlying his behavior. Some rare individuals create their own philosophy, but most of us either consciously or unconsciously adopt ours ready-made from someone else. It is well for a person to realize what his philosophy is so that he can systematize it and thus make each element in his behavior consistent with the rest.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 2 Number 1, 1935, p. 19-21
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13154, Date Accessed: 5/31/2020 10:35:21 PM

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