Parents and Children Volume 2

Chapter 1 The Family pp.1-9

Chapter 2 Parents as Rulers pp.10-18

Chapter 3 Parents as Inspirers Children must be born again into the Life of Intelligence pp.19-28

Chapter 4 Parents as Inspirers The Life of the Mind grows upon Ideas pp.29-40

Chapter 5 Parents as Inspirers The Things of the Spirit pp.41-49

Chapter 6 Parents as Inspirers Primal Ideas Derived from Parents pp.50-59

Chapter 7 Parents as Inspirers The Parent as Schoolmaster pp.60-68

Chapter 8 The Culture of Character Parents as Trainers pp.69-82

Chapter 9 The Culture of Character The Treatment of Defects pp.83-91

Chapter 10 Bible Lessons Parents as Instructors in Religion pp.92-100

Chapter 11 Faith and Duty (Reviews) Parents as Teachers of Morals pp.101-116

Chapter 12 Faith and Duty Claims of Philosophy as an Instrument of Education pp.117-128

Chapter 14 Parents are Concerned to Give the Heroic Impulse pp.141-149

Chapter 13 Faith and Duty Man lives by Faith, Godward and Manward pp.129-140

Chapter 17 Sensations and Feelings Sensations Educable by Parents pp.178-190

Chapter 15 Is It Possible? The Attitude of Parents towards Social Questions pp.150-167

Chapter 16 Discipline A Serious Study for Parents pp.168-177

Chapter 18 Sensations and Feelings Feelings Educable by Parents pp.191-203

Chapter 19 ‘What is Truth?’ Moral Discrimination required by Parents pp.204-213

Chapter 20 Show Cause Why Parents responsible for Competitive Examinations pp.214-224

Chapter 21 A Scheme of Educational Theory Proposed to Parents pp.225-232

Chapter 22 A Catechism of Educational Theory pp.233-248

Chapter 23 Whence and Whither A Question for Parents.—Whence? pp.249-256

Chapter 24 Whence and Whither—Whither? pp.257-267

Chapter 25 The Great Recognition Required of Parents pp.268-279

Chapter 26 The Eternal Child p.280-290