G. Stanley Hall Quote

The nature of youth demand that science should be taught at first in a large, all-comprehensive way, not without a distinctly religious spirit, reopening the half-obscured but broad road by which man passes from nature to nature's God.


Adolescence: Its Psychology and Its Relations to Physiology, Anthropology, Sociology, Sex, Crime, Religion and Education (Volume 2), Chapter XII (p. 151)

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The nature of youth demand that science should be taught at first in a large, all-comprehensive way, not without a distinctly religious spirit,...

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The nature of youth demand that science should be taught at first in a large, all-comprehensive way, not without a distinctly religious spirit,...

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The nature of youth demand that science should be taught at first in a large, all-comprehensive way, not without a distinctly religious spirit,...

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The nature of youth demand that science should be taught at first in a large, all-comprehensive way, not without a distinctly religious spirit,...