Education is more concerned with intellectual or with moral virtue. The existing practice is perplexing, no one knows on what principle people should to proceed, as should the useful in life, or should virtue, or should the higher knowledge, be the main aim of our training. Kilpatrick claimed that this was still the basic issue which divided American educationists. The training of character can be done in a most Alexandrian manner and the intellect can be cultivated in a manner of which even Rousseau have approved. Whitehead stressed the importance of acquiring knowledge which is related to interest. The contrast that Rousseau made between Robinson Crusoe learning to think by experience with others who have learnt to think. A man who has character may present an appearance of inconsistency to the world. Piaget has made much of the different attitude which a child has to rules at different stages of his development.