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tions from all the fields of human interest. There are offered
here only a selected few of the many books which have helped to
form the theory of interpretation and to give the foundations
of fact underlying this presentation. It was desirable to make
this list brief, because overextended lists of readings are dis-
couraging. Hence, in most cases but two references are given.
One of these is (more or less definitely) historical and, if possible,
contemporary material; the other is critical. The divisional
numbers in the list correspond to chapters of the book.

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APPENDIX 411

1.

Kidd, "Savage Childhood." London. Black. 1906.

Sumner, "Folkways." Boston. Ginn. 1907.

Thomas, "Source Book for Social Origins." University of Chi-
cago Press. 1909.

2.

Boas, "Mind of Primitive Man." New York. Macmillan, 1911.

King, "Social Aspects of Education," Ch. 2. New York. Mac-
millan. 1912.

3.

Spencer, "Education of the Pueblo Child." Columbia Univ.
Press. 1899.

Wallis, "Sociological Study of the Bible." Univ. of Chicago
Press. 1912.

4.

Mahaffy, "Old Greek Education." New York. Harper. 1882.

Monroe, "Source Book in the History of Education," pp. 1-50.
New York. Macmillan. 1910.

Tucker, "Life in Ancient Athens." London. Maemillan. 1912.

5.

Dewey & Tufts, "Ethics," Chs. 4, 5, New York. Holt. 1908.
Grant, "Greece in the Age of Pericles." London. Murray.

1909.
Monroe, "Source Book." Pp. 51-109.

6.

Aristophanes, "The Clouds."

Robinson, "The New History," Lecture VIII. New York. Mac-
millan. 1912.

Sumner, "War and Other Essays," Especially, "The Absurd
Effort to Make the World Over." Yale University Press.
1911.

7.

Davidson, "Education of the Greek People," pp. 78-102. New
York. Appleton. 1894.

Grote, "History of Greece," Vol. 4, Ch. 46. London. Murray.
1907.



412 DEMOCRACY IN EDUCATION

Plato's "Dialogues: The Sophists; Euthydemus; Protagoras."

8.

Monroe, "Source Book," pp. 116-122.
Plato's "Dialogues: Phaedo, Crito, The Apology."

9.
Nettleship, "Theory of Education in the Republic of Plato."

University of Chicago Press. 1906.
Plato, "The Republic," Books 2-7.

10.
Davidson, "Aristotle and the Ancient Educational Ideal." New

York. Scribners. 1910.
Monroe, "Source Book," Chapter VI.

11.

Kingsley, "Alexandria and Her Schools." London. 1854.
Sandys, "History of Classical Scholarship," Vol. I, Chs. 8, 9.
Cambridge University Press. 1906.

12.
Fowler, "City-state of the Greeks and Romans," Chs. 7-11. New

York. Macmillan. 1911.
Monroe, "Source Book," pp. 327-451.

13.

Plutarch's "Morals."

Taylor, "Ancient Ideals," Vol. I, Ch. 13. New York. Macmil-
lan. 1913.

14.
Harnack, "What is Christianity f Part I. New York. Putnams.

1901.
The New Testament: Gospels according to Mark and Luke.

15.

Adams, "Civilization During the Middle Ages," Ch. 3. New

York. Scribners. 1911.
Taylor, "Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages," Chs. 5, 6.

New York. Macmillan. 1911.



APPENDIX 413

16.
Robinson, "Readings in European History," Vol. I, Chs. 2, 3,

8. Boston. Ginn. 1904.

Taylor, "The Mediaeval Mind," Chs. 6-8. London. Macmillan.
1911.

17.

Emerton, "Mediaeval Europe." Boston. Ginn. 1894.
Robinson, "Readings in European History," Vol. I, Chs. 9, 15-20.
Taylor, "The Mediaeval Mind," Vol. 2, Chs. 34-43.

18.
Bury, "History of the Freedom of Thought." New York. Holt.

1913.
Osborn, "From the Greeks to Darwin." New York. Macmillan.

1908.

19.
Cheyney, "Industrial and Social History of England," Chs. 2-6.

London. 1912.
Lea, "History of the Inquisition in the Middle Ages," Vol. I, Chs.

2-14. New York. Harpers. 1908.

20.

Robinson and Rolfe, 'Tetrarch, the First Modern .Scholar and
Man of Letters." New York. Putnams. 1909.

Whitcomb, "Source Book of the Italian Renaissance." New
York. Longmans. 1903.

21. A.
Beard, "The Reformation of the 16th Century in Its Relation to

Modern Thought and Knowledge." London. 1883.
White, "History of the Warfare of Science with Theology."

New York. Appleton. 1910.

21. B.

Bacon, "On the Advancement of Learning." 1605.
Libby, "The History of Science." Boston. Houghton Mifflin.
1917.

21. C.

OstrogorsM, "Democracy and the Origin of Political Parties,"
Vol. I. New York. Macmillan. 1908.



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Rousseau, "The Social Contract." 1762.

21. D.

Beard, "The Industrial Revolution." London. 1901.
Ogg, "The Economic Development of Modern Europe," Part I.
New York. MacmiUan. 1917.

22.

Lankester, "The Kingdom of Man." New York. Holt. 1911.
Weyl, "The New Democracy." New York. MacmiUan. 1912.

23.

Acton, "Cambridge Modern History," Vol. I, Chs. 1, 2. New

York. Macmillan. 1912.
Williams, "The Beginnings of Modern Science." New York.

Goodhue Company. 1909.

24.

Acton, "Cambridge Modern History," Vol. I, Ch. 16.
Woodward, "Desiderius Erasmus." Cambridge. University
Press. 1904.

25.

Bacon, "The New Atlantis." (After 1620.)
Comenius, "The Great Didactic, etc." Written 1632; published
1849.

26.

Bacon's "Novum Organum." 1620.

Nichol, "Francis Bacon, his Life and Philosophy," (two parts).
Edinburgh. Blackwood, 1902.

27. A.

Milton, "Tractate on Education." 1644.
Rabelais, "Gargantua" and "Pantagruel." 1533-35.

27. B.

Chesterfield, "Letters." London. 1774.

Montaigne's "Education of Children." New York. Appleton.

1899.

27. C.
Monroe, "Comenius and the Beginners of Educational Reform."

New York. Scribners. 1907.



APPENDIX 415

Quick, "Richard Mulcaster's Positions." London. Longmans.
1888.

28.

Adamson, "Educational Writings of John Locke." New York.
Longmans. 1912.

Judd, "Psychology of the High School Subjects," Ch. 17. Bos-
ton. Ginn. 1915.

29.
Parker, "History of Modern Elementary Education," Chs. 8-10.

Boston. Ginn. 1912.
Rousseau, "Emile." 1762.

30.

Rogers, "Student's History of Philosophy," pp. 415-27. New

York. Macmillan. 1908.
Wallace, "Kant," Ch. 10. Edinburgh. Blackwood. 1911.

31. A.

Parker, "History of Modern Elementary Education," Chs. 13-16.
Pestalozzi, "Leonard and Gertrude." 1781.

31. B.

Dewey, "Democracy and Education," Ch. VI. New York. Mac-
millan. 1916.
Herbart, "Outlines of Educational Doctrine." 1835.

31. C.

Froebel, "Education of Man." 1826.

Ham, "Mind and Hand." Cincinnati. American Book Co.
1900.

32.

Chambers, "Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation." 1846.
Crampton, "The Doctrine of Evolution." New York, Columbia
University Press. 1911.

33.

Mann, "Science in Civilization and Science in Education."

School Review, Vol. 14. Pp. 664-70.
Spencer, "Education." (Before 1860.)



416 DEMOCRACY IN EDUCATION

34.

Dewey, "Democracy and Education."

Martin, "Evolution of the Massachusetts State School System."
New York. Appleton. 1908.

35.

Cubberley, "Changing Conceptions of Education." Boston.

Houghton Mifflin. 1909.
Munroe, "New Demands in Education." New York. Double-

day-Page. 1912.

36.
McDougall, "Introduction to Social Psychology," Chs. 2, 3, 7-9.

Boston. Luce. 1909.
Thorndike, "Educational Psychology," three vols. New York.

Teachers College. 1913.

37.

Dewey, "Schools of Tomorrow." New York. Dutton. 1915.
Hart, "Educational Resources of Village and Rural Communities."
New York. Macmillan. 1913.



INDEX



Alexandrian Age, 100 ff
Anselm, 225
Apperception, 320 f
Aristotle, 10, 95-99, 150 f, 166
Athens, 46 ff

Bacon, 252, 255-261
Barbarian invasions, 134, 137-
144

Certainty, 13, 28, 51, 54 f, 77. 97,
117f, 146-149, 176 f, 384

Chivalry, 154 f

Christianity, 120-136, 162, 215 ff

Cicero, 112, 246 ff

City life, 170

Classics, 184 ff, 265-9, 375-6

Comenius, 251 ff, 281 f

Common life, 62, 102-3, 115, 138,
163, 215 f, 217

Community, Chs. 1, 2, p 371 ff

Conceptualism, 176

Conservatives, 50-63

Crisis, 8 ff, 52. 54 ff, 64 f

Custom, 54, 63, 65, 71 ff, 124 f,
142, 183

Dante, 99, 156

Democracy, 11, 60. 103, 139 f.

163 f, 187, 206, 209-15, 224-

32, 358 ff, 400-409
Democracy in education, 361-72
Dewey, 326, 407
Discipline, 359 ff

Ecclesiasticism, 172 f
Emotions, 181 ff
Encycloppdism. 249 ff
Ephebic Oath, 49



Erasmus, 248, 267
Evolution, 28, 337-346
Evolution in education, 342 ff

Fatherland, 84 f, 88

Folkways, 5 ff, 10 ff, 13, 17 ff, 21,

26, 32, 45. 50 ff, 64, 72 ff, 91,

107 ff, 126, 194
Freedom, 11, 84, 195, 197, 205
Froebel, 327-35
Frontier, 165, 174 ff, 177 f

Galileo, 11
Gary System, 407
Greco-Roman, 110, 145
Greece, 45 ff, 183
Group life, 4ff

Growth, 75, 123 f, 133 f, 136, 140-
43, 179 f, 187, 229, 291-99

Habit, 54, 63, 65, 71 ff, 124 f,

142, 183

Hebrew education, 37 ff, 115f
Herbart, 317-26
Heresy, 171
High School, 26
History, 28, 58. 400-407
Human Nature, 57
Humanism. 184, 242-48
Huxley. 53, 352 f
Hypothesis, 83, 87, 97, 145

Ideas. 67, 73 ff, 85 ff, 95 f , 178

Idols, 259

Individual, 22 ff, 57 f, 64 f. 67 f,
72. 78, 89, 121. 135, 139, 142,
155, 162. 179 ff, 187, 192 ff

Industrial Revolution, 217-23

Initiation, 23 ff



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INDEX



Institutionalism, 124, 143
Intellectualism, 89 f, 114, 133
Inventiveness, 3, 144

Jesus, 122 ff

Kant, 301-308
Kindergarten, 328 ff

Locke, 253, 285-90
Luther, 11, 190 ff
Lyric Poetry, 55

Materialism in education, 262-

282
Mechanism of the social order,

118-121
Medievalism, 12, 145-157, 162,

225

Medieval Universities, 153
Method, 36-38, 47 ff, 65, 76, 89 f,

104, 107, 112, 118, 127, 131,

185 ff, 226, 240, 257 ff, 276 ff,

319 ff, 329 ff, 384 ff
Militarism, 46 ff, 108 ff, 111
Milton, 267 ff
Monastic education, 152 ff
Montaigne, 271 f
Mysticism, 171

Nationality, 163, 169
Naturalism, 291 ff
Nominalism, 173 ff

Observation, 96-7

Oriental education, 30-41, 108

Pansophism, 249 ff
Partisanship, 375-83
Pestalozzi, 310-17
Petrarch, 181
Plato, 78, 83-93



Priestly dominance, 47
Printing, 176
Protestantism, 191 ff
Psychology, 384 f, 386-99

Rabelais, 267
Ratke, 280
Realism, 173 ff
Reformation, 163, 190 ff
Religious influences, 25 ff, 47,

103, 115

Renaissance, 179 ff
Revival of Learning, 182 f
Revolution, 167, 208-17, 241
Rome, 105, 107-113
Rousseau, 291-99

Saracens, 165 ff

School, 19, 22, 36, 48, 75, 104,

108, lllff
Science, 11, 28, 96 ff, 103, 183,

197-208, 257 ff, 347 ff
Scientific method in education,

355-57

Sects, 101, 374 ff
Secular Ideals, 172 f, 196
Social world, 181
Socrates, 68, 70-79
Sophists, 60, 64-69, 71
Sparta, 46 ff
Spencer, 348-52

Theory, 49 f, 53, 67, 309 f
Thomas Aquinas, 99, 155 f, 226

Unconscious education, 19 ff
Universities, 166

Vernacular, 171 ff
Vittorino de Feltre, 243
Vocational education, 23-26,
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