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Excerpt from The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star, Vol. 76: August 6, 1914
T. Wyse says, Perfection, through the performance of duty, is the end of education. Another educator writes, He is most capable of being most highly educated exactly in the direction in which he is most susceptible to inﬂuences from others.
Judging from past experiences and present conditions, we may assert with a good degree of confidence that individual develop ment without a just regard to the social factor is impossible, for the social life of man is a force in his development. Man is born dependable and helpless. He requires the association of others of his race. He must be cared for, clothed and fed; he must be instructed, and he must learn through his own experience and the experience of others the useful knowledge which will serve in making adjustments suitable to the environment that surrounds him, and in the preservation of his life. Shut off from the associa tions of others of his race, man would become an inferior organism. Individual education should be only a means to the end. The individual can only become perfect when he is of social value to himself and to the community in which he is placed. When man becomes socially perfected, he also is perfected as an individual.
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