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  • adv. In a manner that is educative.


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educative +‎ -ly


  • But it requires but little reading between the lines, supplemented by other statements of Rousseau, to perceive that instead of regarding these three things as factors which must work together to some extent in order that any one of them may proceed educatively, he regards them as separate and independent operations.

    democracy and Education : an Introduction to the Philosophy of Education

  • For if every language be a school, more significantly and more educatively is a part of a language a school to him who chooses that part.


  • I'm tempted to rephrase brother douglass 'words "power concedes nothing without a demand," to "power concedes nothing, let it go. find a new power." partially a polemic, partially a true sentiment - we need to find paths to local-relationship-driven resiliency in community while also doing what can be done to influence (at least adequately and educatively delegitimize) the status quo power structure (and its supporters!).

    It's Getting Hot In Here


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