Dewey decimal classification quotes

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Language is legislation, speech is its code. We do not see the power which is in speech because we forget that all speech is a cla ...
WHEREAS no provisions have, as yet, been made by the World's Columbian Exposition Commission for securing exhibits from the colore ...
Everyone in our culture wants to win a prize. Perhaps that is the grand lesson we have taken with us from kindergarten in the age ...
It makes little sense to spend a month teaching decimal fractions to fourth-grade pupils when they can be taught in a week, and be ...
But what is classification but the perceiving that these objects are not chaotic, and are not foreign, but have a law which is als ...
I maintain that I have been a Negro three times--a Negro baby, a Negro girl and a Negro woman. Still, if you have received no clea ...
A classification is a definition comprising a system of definitions.
Carlyle, to adopt his own classification, is himself the hero as literary man.
The foremost logical prerequisite of a rigid classification is that a mental item belong to no more than one category. Such either ...
One seeks to equip the child with deeper, more gripping, and subtler ways of knowing the world and himself.
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