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October 06, 2014


Federalist 62. Madison reminds us that the election of U.S. Senators by their respective state legislatures secured state rights or authority. In your opinion, how might a return to this vital constitutional principle become a key element in empowering a push back against federal intrusion into powers our heaven inspired Constitution clearly retained as jurisdictionally belonging to state & local governments, to families & individuals, to private businesses, churches, & charities?


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On The Education Of Youth In Music: Rhythms, Modes, Melodies

On The Education Of Youth In Music: Rhythms, Modes, Melodies

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 7, 350 B.C.E. We have also to consider rhythms and modes, and their use in education. Shall we use them all or make a distinction? and shall the same distinction be made for those who practice music with a view to education, or shall it be some other? Now we [...]

More On The Education Of Youth In Music

More On The Education Of Youth In Music

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 6, 350 B.C.E. And now we have to determine the question which has been already raised, whether children should be themselves taught to sing and play or not. Clearly there is a considerable difference made in the character by the actual practice of the art. It [...]

On The Education Of Youth In Music

On The Education Of Youth In Music

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 5, 350 B.C.E. Concerning music there are some questions which we have already raised; these we may now resume and carry further; and our remarks will serve as a prelude to this or any other discussion of the subject. It is not easy to determine the nature of [...]

On The Physical And Gymnastic Education Of Youth

On The Physical And Gymnastic Education Of Youth

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 4, 350 B.C.E. Of those states which in our own day seem to take the greatest care of children, some aim at producing in them an athletic habit, but they only injure their forms and stunt their growth. Although the Lacedaemonians have not fallen into this [...]

On The Liberal Education Of Youth

On The Liberal Education Of Youth

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 3, 350 B.C.E. The customary branches of education are in number four; they are- (1) reading and writing, (2) gymnastic exercises, (3) music, to which is sometimes added (4) drawing. Of these, reading and writing and drawing are regarded as useful for the [...]

The Education Of Youth And What Should Be Taught

The Education Of Youth And What Should Be Taught

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 2, 350 B.C.E. That education should be regulated by law and should be an affair of state is not to be denied, but what should be the character of this public education, and how young persons should be educated, are questions which remain to be considered. As [...]

The Education Of The Youth

The Education Of The Youth

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Eight, Part 1, 350 B.C.E. No one will doubt that the legislator should direct his attention above all to the education of youth; for the neglect of education does harm to the constitution The citizen should be molded to suit the form of government under which he lives. For [...]

The Hardy Rearing Of Children

The Hardy Rearing Of Children

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 17, 350 B.C.E. After the children have been born, the manner of rearing them may be supposed to have a great effect on their bodily strength. It would appear from the example of animals, and of those nations who desire to create the military habit, that the [...]

Of Marriage And The Rearing Of Children

Of Marriage And The Rearing Of Children

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 16, 350 B.C.E. Since the legislator should begin by considering how the frames of the children whom he is rearing may be as good as possible, his first care will be about marriage- at what age should his citizens marry, and who are fit to marry? In legislating [...]

Of The End Of Individuals And Of States

Of The End Of Individuals And Of States

The Moral Liberal, Classics Library Aristotle: “Politics”, Book Seven, Part 15, 350 B.C.E. Since the end of individuals and of states is the same, the end of the best man and of the best constitution must also be the same; it is therefore evident that there ought to exist in both of them the virtues of leisure; for peace, as has been [...]

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