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Seventy of the main asked authors from the 11-vol. British Writers sequence at the moment are gathered in a 3-vol. set. With contents selected by means of lecturers and librarians, the more cost-effective chosen Authors includes the full-text articles of the fundamental authors studied in each school's British literature curriculum

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Projection of Shadows PART The 199 III Structural Integration of Formal Thought 245 17. Formal Thought from the Equilibrium Standpoint Concrete and Formal Structures 18. Adolescent Thinking 334 16. Index 272 351 Part I THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROPOSITIONAL LOGIC IF WE are to explain the transition from the concrete thought of the child to the formal thought of the adolescent, we must first describe the development of propositional logic, which the child at the concrete level (stage II: from 7-8 to 11-12 years) cannot yet handle.

Our problem is to is understand why a concept as familiar after 7-9 years as that of is utilized in the induction of an ele- the equality of two angles mentary law only at this late date and, especially, shall try to its use. We operations are necessary for why formal answer this question by retracing briefly the ground covered by the child before his arrival at the formal level, then by examining the latter more closely. Stage I In the course of stage I (up to about 7-8 years) subjects are most concerned with their practical success or failure, without consideration of means; often even the role of rebounds is overlooked.

Although they differ and I focus from each other in on the distances. Yes, a number of respects, common several essential elements which must be differentiated before we can describe the these examples of reasoning have in differences between formal and concrete thinking as they problem under consideration. , each incline implies the other and vice versa. " But this reciprocity, which adds the idea of mutual implication to that of one-to-one reciprocal correspondence, does not in itself entail the realization that the two angles are equal by FORT: "You have (as FORT, who demonstrates).

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