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|20c. coll.: Stevenson 80:3. labeled SEE The door to SUCCESS is labeled push. |
labor (n.) 1. A mountain in labor brought forth a mouse. Rec. dist.: N.C. 1st cit. ...
KNOWLEDGE conquered by labor becomes a possession. / LEARNING without ...
|Is there one who will conquer? ... "The wise and active conquer difficulties, By |
daring to attempt them: sloth and folly Shiver and shrink at sight of toil and ...
Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a possession, a property entirely our
|One-tenth watch them run it, and the other eighty percent don't know what the |
hell's going on. - Simmons, Jake Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a
possession -- a property entirely our own. - Smiles, Samuel We are in fact
|Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a possession — a property entirely our |
own. A greater vividness and permanency of impression is secured ; and facts
thus acquired become registered b; the mind in a way that mere imparted ...
|The clearest statement of Kropotkin's anarchist social doctrines. In Kropotkin's own description, the book is "a study of the needs of humanity, and of the economic means to satisfy them."|
|These pedagogies of the home extend the existing discourse on critical |
pedagogies by putting cultural knowledge and ... and learning, the ap- plication
of household knowledge to situations outside the home becomes a creative
process that interrupts the ... It is through culturally specific ways of teaching and
learning that ancestors and elders share the knowledge of conquest, segregation
, labor market ...
|That is to say, there may be a “knowledge” of the body that is not exactly the |
science of its functioning, and mastery of its forces that is more than the ability to
conquer ... in the nineteenth century, was obliged to elaborate a set of political
techniques, techniques of power, by which man was tied to something like labor
—a set of techniques by which people's bodies and their time would become
labor power ...
|Knowledge, Pedagogy, Subjectivity Deborah Kelsh, Dave Hill, Sheila Macrine ... |
In his American LaborinMidpassage, Bret Cochran calls postwar capital's class
war against labor and its aggressive assault on class consciousness the “
businessman's intellectual re-conquest of America” (1959: 2). ... and the
transformation from so-called Fordism to Post-Fordism that the cultural myth of
the “embourgeoisement” of work- ers becomes popular, the movement of “
cultural studies” is started, ...
|Smiles, Samuel Knowledge conquered by labor becomes a possession -- a |
property entirely our own. - Smiles, Samuel Labor is still, and ever will be, the
inevitable price set upon everything which is valuable. - Smiles, Samuel Life will
|The first requirement is scientific knowledge of these conditions; the next, |
adaptation of institutions in conformity with these ascertained facts. To proceed in
the ... Then labor ceases to be drudgery and becomes beautiful. And the relations