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Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890. National Institute for Newman Studies. Saint Mary's College of California. Education, Higher, Universities and colleges. London : Longmans, Green. 16 p. publisher's catalogue bound in at back. Includes bibliographical references and index. saint marys college; toronto.

Cardinal John Henry Newman was a major figure in the Oxford Movement, a response by the members of the Church of England to a perceived attack by the reforming Whig administration who had already legislated a restructuring of the Church of Ireland. Members of the Oxford Movement feared the secular appropriation of ecclesiastical property and moved to assert their religious authority by returning the church to its Catholic origins. In 1854 John Henry Newman became the Rector of what would become University College, Dublin, a position he would remain in for four years.

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172 - But a university training is the great ordinary means to a great but ordinary end ; it aims at raising the intellectual tone of society, at cultivating the public mind, at purifying the national taste, at supplying true principles to popular enthusiasm and fixed aims to popular aspiration, at giving enlargement and sobriety to the ideas of the age, at facilitating the. exercise of political power, and refining the intercourse of private life. Встречается в книгах (233) с 1766 по 2007. Библиографические данные. John Henry Newman (card.

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The Idea of a University by John Henry Newman is a collection of two books, derived from a variety of source narrowly-defined skill development.

The Idea of a University by John Henry Newman is a collection of two books, derived from a variety of source. narrowly-defined skill development. He also believes in the potential of the university to bring together diverse.

A scholarly edition of a work by Cardinal John Henry Newman. The edition presents an authoritative text, together with an introduction, commentary notes, and scholarly apparatus.

The Idea of a University: Defined and Illustrated (Oxford English Texts) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0198118961

ISBN: 0198118961

Author: Ker,John Henry Newman

Category: Teaching and Education

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Language: English

Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 24, 1976)

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IWantYou
Without any indication that this was a mere excerpt, I bought this and encouraged my 17 students also to purchase it. I assumed that spending eight dollars meant that we were getting the full book. I should have done more research. While Newman's ideas and writing are insightful and enriching, this is just a small and oddly-selected sanpling of his lectures on the aims and theory of university education. Make sure you buy the full-length version, not this one.
IWantYou
Without any indication that this was a mere excerpt, I bought this and encouraged my 17 students also to purchase it. I assumed that spending eight dollars meant that we were getting the full book. I should have done more research. While Newman's ideas and writing are insightful and enriching, this is just a small and oddly-selected sanpling of his lectures on the aims and theory of university education. Make sure you buy the full-length version, not this one.
Nicanagy
It was a great book and the ideas expressed are important and critical ideas to all of Christian faith and I think is an extremely amazing book. The context is applicable and very easy to see the value of. Highly recommend this book!
Nicanagy
It was a great book and the ideas expressed are important and critical ideas to all of Christian faith and I think is an extremely amazing book. The context is applicable and very easy to see the value of. Highly recommend this book!
Phenade
Very interesting in order to understand the Catholic point of view of the university by a great thinker. Although he speaks from his priesthood character, his opinions are useful for many non believers. The language was a little difficult for me (non native english speaker).
Phenade
Very interesting in order to understand the Catholic point of view of the university by a great thinker. Although he speaks from his priesthood character, his opinions are useful for many non believers. The language was a little difficult for me (non native english speaker).
Agamaginn
Great, great book. The ideas that Newman discusses have definitely shaped our universities and need to continue to shape our universities. This is a classic book for those asking, "How should one do education?"
Agamaginn
Great, great book. The ideas that Newman discusses have definitely shaped our universities and need to continue to shape our universities. This is a classic book for those asking, "How should one do education?"
Ranicengi
Prior to reading this tasty work I had no idea Cardinal Newman was so prescient, such a brilliant intellect. As one reads, one has a new appreciation for the cultural drift that has harmed our society.
Ranicengi
Prior to reading this tasty work I had no idea Cardinal Newman was so prescient, such a brilliant intellect. As one reads, one has a new appreciation for the cultural drift that has harmed our society.
Pooker
Still chewing on this book after all this time...deep in its motivation....challenging in what to do about it.
Pooker
Still chewing on this book after all this time...deep in its motivation....challenging in what to do about it.
Swordsong
An intellectually honest and brilliant writer, he foresaw the disaster of leftist ideological indoctrination that masquerades as contemporary higher education . He gives the tools to counter cant and propaganda.
Swordsong
An intellectually honest and brilliant writer, he foresaw the disaster of leftist ideological indoctrination that masquerades as contemporary higher education . He gives the tools to counter cant and propaganda.
This book was required reading before I went off to university as a freshman, and I was surprised by its liberality since it had been penned by a Catholic prelate. I ordered it now since it has been many years since I reviewed the book in the summer of 1968. Parents who intend to enroll their children at Religious Right wackjob wingnut schools such as Liberty University would do well to read this book and then to reconsider as we approach Year 1 A.T. (anno trumpi).
This book was required reading before I went off to university as a freshman, and I was surprised by its liberality since it had been penned by a Catholic prelate. I ordered it now since it has been many years since I reviewed the book in the summer of 1968. Parents who intend to enroll their children at Religious Right wackjob wingnut schools such as Liberty University would do well to read this book and then to reconsider as we approach Year 1 A.T. (anno trumpi).