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" I hold very strongly by two convictions : The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as to justify the expenditure of valuable time upon either ; and... "
The Dial: A Monthly Review and Index of Current Literature - Sayfa 9
editör: - 1883
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated ..., 32. cilt

1881
...of my own in support of the action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions : the first is tb at neither the discipline nor the subject matter of classical...either ; and the second is that, for the purpose of obtaining real culture, an exclusively scientific education is at least as effectual as an exclusively...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 18. cilt

1881
...instruction and education," I venture to offer sundry reasons of my own in support of that action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions : The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as...
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Science and Culture, and Other Essays, 32. cilt;964. cilt

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 sayfa
...instruction and education," I venture to offer sundry reasons of my own in support of that action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions — The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subjectmatter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as...
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The New Englander, 5. cilt;41. cilt

1882
...relation of science to culture and the education of men of science. Two propositions are laid down. "The first is, that neither the discipline nor the...justify the expenditure of valuable time upon either." This proposition is further explained in course of the address. " . . . . given ample time for learning...
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New Englander and Yale Review, 41. cilt

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1882
...relation of science to culture and the education of men of science. Two propositions are laid down. "The first is, that neither the discipline nor the...justify the expenditure of valuable time upon either." This proposition is further explained in course of the address. " . . . . given ample time for learning...
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The Chronicle, 13. cilt

1882
...scientific as opposed to a classical discipline. He takes the position that neither the discipline nor [he subject matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science. Including medicine, as to Justify the expenditure of valuable time upon either; and, secondly, that...
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Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 sayfa
...instruction and education," I venture to offer sundry reasons of my own in support of that action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions — The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as...
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Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 451 sayfa
...instruction and education," I venture to offer sundry reasons of my own in support of that action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions — • The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as...
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Science and Education

Huxley, Thomas H. - 1898
...instruction and education," I venture to offer sundry reasons of my own in support of that action. For I hold very strongly by two convictions — The first is, that neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to the student of physical science as...
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Popular Science Monthly, 59. cilt

1901
...scientific training, said, in his Mason College address: "Neither the discipline nor the subject-matter of classical education is of such direct value to...science as to justify the expenditure of valuable time on either." . . . "For the purpose of attaining real culture, an exclusively scientific education is...
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