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" Elementary teaching of youths under twenty is now the only function performed by the university, and almost the only object of college endowments. Colleges were homes for the life-study of the highest and most abstruse parts of knowledge. They have become... "
Nature - Página 334
editado por - 1882
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen17

1868
...shelter an "occasional student, but not in larger "proportions than may be found in "private life. Elementary teaching of " youths under twenty is now...only " function performed by the university, " and almost the only object of college "endowments. Colleges were homes "for the life-study of the highest...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen17

1868
...were homes "for the life-study of the highest " and most abstruse parts of knowledge. They have become boarding "schools in which the elements of the " learned languages are taught to youths." "(P. 127). If Mr. Pattison's high position, and his obvious love and respect for his university,...
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Lay Sermons, Addresses, and Reviews

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1870 - 378 páginas
...may shelter an occasional student, but not in larger proportions than may be found in private life. Elementary teaching of youths under twenty is now the only function performed by the university, and almost the only object of college endowments. Colleges were homes for the life-study of the highest...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen5

1874
...class of students. But it would seem doubtful if any great difference of this kind really exists ; for a high authority, himself head of an English college,...performed by the university ; " and that colleges are " boarding-schools in which the elements of the learned languages are taught to youths." l This is...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen19;Volumen82

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1874
...class of students. But it would seem doubtful if any great difference of this kind really exists ; fora high authority, himself Head of an English College,...under twenty is now the only function performed by that University;" and that Colleges are " boarding schools in which the elements of the learned languages...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, Volumen32;Volumen964

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 páginas
...class of students. But it would seem doubtful if any great difference of this kind really exists ; for a high authority, himself Head of an English College,...the elements of the learned languages are taught to youths."1 This is not the first time that I have quoted those remarkable assertions. I should like...
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Science and Culture: And Other Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1882 - 357 páginas
...class of students. But it would seem doubtful if any great difference of this kind really exists ; for a high authority, himself Head of an English College,...function performed by the University ;" and that Colleges arc "boarding schools in which the elements of the learned languages are taught to youths."1 . This...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen19

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1882
...professional faculties of men of riper age." Mr. Pattison again complains that the " colleges have become boarding schools in which the elements of the learned languages are taught to youths." The present condition of things he pronounces " nothing less than a state of national destitution...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1884 - 357 páginas
...class of students. But it would seem doubtful if any great difference of this kind really exists; for a high authority, himself Head of an English College,...are taught to youth." * This is not the first time that I have quoted those remarkable assertions. I should like to engrave them in public view, for they...
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The Health exhibition literature, Volumen16

1884
...doing, and one upon which the Universities might well look with as much favour as upon that of " keeping boarding schools in which the elements of the learned languages are taught to well-to-do youths." If it is a work worth doing, it is also worth developing ; and I wish now to make...
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