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" It is a great point then to enlarge the range of studies which a University professes, even for the sake of the students; and, though they cannot pursue every subject which is open to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those... "
Circulars - Seite 105
1886
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The idea of a university defined and illustrated

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1873
...the students ; and, though they cannot pursue every subject which is open to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those who...whole circle. This I conceive to be the advantage of a sgat of universal learning, considered as a place of education. An assemblage of learned men, zealous...
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Fraser's Magazine, Band 98

1878
...resources, but a certain numerical strength. It has been defined, in relation to its permanent element, as ' an assemblage of learned men, zealous for their own sciences, and rivals of each other, brought by familiar intercourse, and for the sake of intellectual peace, to adjust together the claims...
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The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated: I. In Nine Discoures ...

John Henry Newman - 1893 - 527 Seiten
..., students ; and, though they cannot pursue every subject ' which is open to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those who...\ An assemblage of learned men, zealous for their ownT" sciences,' and rivals of each other, are brought, by familiar intercourse and for the sake of...
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The Principles of Rhetoric

Adams Sherman Hill - 1895 - 431 Seiten
...the students; and, though they cannot pursue every subject which is open to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those who...An assemblage of learned men, zealous for their own » Coleridge: Table Talk. 2 George Eliot: Silas Marner, chap, xvi sciences, and rivals of each other,...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Band 52

Arthur Cayley Headlam (Bishop of Gloucester) - 1901
...branch of study may teach what is inconsistent with religion, and not know that they are doing so. ' The advantage of a seat of universal learning considered as a place of education is that an assembly of learned men, zealous for their own sciences and rivals of each other, are brought,...
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La pensée de J. H. Newman: extraits les plus caracteristiques de son oeuvre

John Henry Newman - 1914 - 306 Seiten
...cela que son éducation est appelée libérale. Il en résulte une habitude to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those who...of learned men, zealous for their own sciences, and rivais of each other, are brought, by familiar intercourse and for the sake of intellectual peace,...
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Studies in the Technique of Prose Style

Percy Waldron Long - 1915 - 136 Seiten
...the students; and, though they cannot pursue every subject which is open to them, they will be the gainers by living among those and under those who...seat of universal learning, considered as a place of 82. Example of ornateness (III C) with German peculiarities (III E 1) in capitals and hyphenations,...
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The Idea of the University: A Reexamination

Jaroslav Pelikan - 1992 - 238 Seiten
...body of men, setting about a work of self-reformation" (Iii), and then, in the fifth discourse, of an "assemblage of learned men, zealous for their own sciences, and rivals of each other," who gradually learn "to adjust together the claims and relations of their respective subjects of investigation"...
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Bishop's University, 1843-1970

Christopher Nicholl, Bishop's University - 1994 - 373 Seiten
...were "living among those and under those who represent the whole circle [of knowledge]." Newman wrote, "This I conceive to be the advantage of a seat of...other, are brought by familiar intercourse and for die sake of intellectual peace to adjust together the claims and relations of dieir respective subjects...
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The Idea of a University

John Henry Newman, Frank Miller Turner - 1996 - 366 Seiten
...characteristic multivocality, a quality Newman desires in institutions of higher learning. As he explains, "[T]he advantage of a seat of universal learning, considered as a place of education" lies in the way an "assemblage of learned men, zealous for their own sciences, and rivals of each other,...
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