∗ His work, “Orbis Sensualium Pictus,” appeared in 1657, in which it is observed “The first education should be of the perceptions, then of the memory, then of the understanding, then of the judgment. The schools are wrong in first teaching languages, and then proceeding to things. Things and words should be studied together, but things especially—the object both of the understanding and of language.” See an interesting article by Prof. Calkins in an American magazine, “Education,” edited by T. W. Bicknell.
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