2 edition of SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF CULTURE AND OTHER ESSAYS found in the catalog.
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But the Nemesis of all reformers is finality; and the reformers of education, like those of religion, fell into the profound, however common, error of mistaking the beginning for the end of the work of reformation. There is, first, the objection of vested interests, which I will not deal with here, because I want to make myself as pleasant as I can, and no discussions are so unpleasant as those which turn on such points.
Society was not then, any more than it is now, patient of culture, as such. David Levinson and Melvin Ember, eds. From 1933 he visited several American universities, and when began, he decided to stay there, taking an appointment at. Examination, like fire, is a good servant, but a bad master; and there seems to me to be some danger of its becoming our master.
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Seller Inventory TNP9780807842836 Book Description Paperback. An electric shock ran through the nations; whatever there was of corrupt and SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF CULTURE AND OTHER ESSAYS, and, at the same time, a great deal of what there was of best and noblest, in European society shuddered at the outburst of long-pent-up social fires.
These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value. The kindly heart would be moved, the high sense of social duty would be satisfied, by the spectacle of well-earned wealth, neither squandered in tawdry luxury and vainglorious show, nor scattered with the careless charity which blesses neither him that gives nor him that takes, but expended in the execution of a well-considered plan for the aid of present and future generations of those who are willing to help themselves.
But it was to bring these things about, and to enforce the recognition of these truths, that Joseph Priestley laboured. Institutions do not make men, any more than organisation makes life; and even the ideal University we have been dreaming about will be but a superior piece of mechanism, unless each student strive after the ideal of the Scholar.
It is, I think, eminently desirable that the hygienist and the physician should find something in the public mind to which they can appeal; some little stock of universally acknowledged truths, which may serve as a foundation for their warnings, and predispose towards an intelligent obedience to their recommendations.
What career is open to those who have been thus encouraged to leave bread-winning pursuits?
It may be doubted whether Universities are the places for technical schools of Engineering, or Applied Chemistry, or Agriculture.
Certainly there is another kind of help of the most important character, for which we may look elsewhere than to the Government.
Again, there is a fallacy about Examiners.