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" Thus I venture to think that the pretensions of our modern Humanists to the possession of the monopoly of culture and to the exclusive inheritance of the spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I... "
Nature - Página 333
editado por - 1882
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volumen32

1881
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is vet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumen18

1881
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is yet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, Volumen32;Volumen964

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...opportunities ; and while culture is one, the road by c which one man may best reach it is widely different from that which is most advantageous to another....
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1884 - 357 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is yet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is yet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...depreciate the value of classical education, as it j might be and as it sometimes is. The native capacities of mankind vary no less than their opportunities...
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Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 451 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if Dot abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is yet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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Science and Education

Huxley, Thomas H. - 1898
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if uot abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part to depreciate the value of dassical education, as it might be and as it some* times is. The native capacities of mankind vary...
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Science and Education

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1902 - 381 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...different from that which is most advantageous to another. Again, while scientific education is yet inchoate and tentative, classical education is thoroughly...
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Specimens of Exposition and Argument

1908 - 362 páginas
...spirit of antiquity must be abated, if not abandoned. But I should be very sorry that anything I have said should be taken to imply a desire on my part...their opportunities ; and while culture is one, the 5 road by which one man may best reach it is widely different from that which is most advantageous...
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