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It is not " moral education " or " technical education'' or " intellectual education " that we need. None of these partial remedies will answer the pressing demands of this age. It is integral education only that can save civilization from social paralysis, from intellectual dry-rot and from industrial convulsions. When all the twelve fruits of the tree of life shall have a true culture, then indeed will their rich flavor bear the strength of "healing to the nations."
THE STUDIES IN OUR TABLE have been ar
ranged with reference to their direct bearing on the practical departments of actual life. Art, letters, science, culture, religion, marriage, familism, home, commerce, wealth, industry and government-all these are the concrete realities of life; they touch the questions of our daily happiness; they sum up the vital interests of the individual and of society_ .
The common divisions of knowledge do not respond very closely with their actual use in the work of life. Yet they are of value because they show certain and extensive relations which exist among the laws of nature.
DIVISIONS OF SCIENCE.