Appreciation and Education
THERE is self-education and education by others. There is education that is intended, and education that just happens. But of necessity there is either education or stagnation.
There is education of the body and education of the mind. This is not as simple as it sounds, for there is an education of the body that is not physical education. For purposes of science it is probably enough to use the mind. The facts lie outside us and need to be related and rerelated; ideas connect them; and so things go onward. The genius of discovery is more profound, but nonetheless, important acquisitions can be made on the cerebral level. But for appreciations to be effective, something more