A highly influential work in the history of philosophy of mind and language.one of the chief aims of education, and it was easier to teach to children by virtue of rules that were as fixed as they ... They easily became accustomed to a manner of recitation that did not differ from what was natural to them, except by following rules which heightened the expression. ... of pronunciation; so that Demosthenes was right to give action the first, the second, and the third rank of importance.
|Title||:||Condillac: Essay on the Origin of Human Knowledge|
|Author||:||Etienne Bonnot De Condillac, Hans Aarsleff|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2001-09-06|