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  • n. Teaching (or learning) by subconscious means.


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  • The teaching technique, to be sure, was called hypnopaedia, an ancient word from still - more ancient Greek roots which when translated literally mean-t "sleep-teaching."

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  • "Deep hypnopaedia," or some such slovo, said one of these two vecks.

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  • Not all of his education was machine education, either, for, as he slowly realized, no one really leans anything through hypnopaedia; machine teaching at its best enables the student to accumulate nothing better than facts; it does not show how to tie them together, let alone how to do something with them.

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