Bain, Alexander, Scottish philosopher and educationalist, was born at Aberdeen in 1818.
He was an educationalist, and Education is the true Leveller.
The point is that the man writing on motherhood is merely an educationalist; the child playing with a doll is a mother.
Two classes of men—the artist and the educationalist—are sworn, on soul and conscience, not to ask it.
He was steeped in Montaigne, to whom he has paid a glowing tribute in “Schopenhauer as educationalist.”
This is all that need be said regarding the manner in which general influences may counteract the efforts of the educationalist.
William Johnson indeed secured a fame as educationalist that is recorded in the National Dictionary.
Bishop Anderson, the first bishop of Rupert's Land, was not specially an educationalist.
Thus the scion of an educationalist family came to interpret the whole history of life on our planet as an educative process.
He would also have us appreciate the French President's many-sided ability as a lawyer, financier, and educationalist.