G. K. Chesterton Quote

For my part, I should be inclined to suggest that the chief object of education should be to restore simplicity. If you like to put it so, the chief object of education is not to learn things; nay, the chief object of education is to unlearn things.


"An Essay on Two Cities" - All Things Considered (1908)

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For my part, I should be inclined to suggest that the chief object of education should be to restore simplicity. If you like to put it so, the chief...

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For my part, I should be inclined to suggest that the chief object of education should be to restore simplicity. If you like to put it so, the chief...

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For my part, I should be inclined to suggest that the chief object of education should be to restore simplicity. If you like to put it so, the chief...

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For my part, I should be inclined to suggest that the chief object of education should be to restore simplicity. If you like to put it so, the chief...