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Essays analyze the nature of the human mind, thought, and imagination and explore the connection of thought to teaching
Keywords Action  Adverbs  Category Mistake  Creativity  Epistemology  Imagination  Mind  Saying  Self-instruction  Soliloquy  Teaching
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DOI 10.2307/2219533
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