Language in Relation to Experience, Thinking, and Learning
by J. Conrad Seegers - 1944
This chapter concerns itself primarily with rather simple and elementary aspects of the questions presented and keeps the elementary-school teacher and pupil primarily in mind. However, even the elementary-school teacher should not be ignorant of the wide implications of language, because those wide implications are an-antidote for smugness, for narrowness, and for many types of loose thinking. Moreover, understanding the nature of language serves to emphasize its social character as opposed to private or individualistic use.
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