John Dewey about immaturity (“Democracy and Education”, 1916) - Now in many cases—too many cases—the activity of the immature human being is simply played upon to secure habits which are useful. He is trained like an animal rather than educated like a human being.
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Now in many cases—too many cases—the activity of the immature human being is simply played upon to secure habits which are useful. He is trained like an animal rather than educated like a human being.
 John DeweyDemocracy and Education (1916). copy citation

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