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" If we define a university as a place where teaching of a high order, teaching which puts a man abreast of the fullest and most exact knowledge of the time, is given in a range of subjects covering all the great departments of intellectual life, not more... "
social institutions of the united states - Stran 61
avtor: james bryce - 1891
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to ..., Količina 2 ,Deli 2–3

United States. Bureau of Education - 1893
...the modern conception of a university. If we define a university as a place where teaching of 'a nigh order, teaching which puts a man abreast of the fullest...of the American institutions would fall within the définition". Of these nearly all are to bo found in tha Atlantic States. Next below them come some...
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The American Commonwealth, Količina 2

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - 1889
...General character of the Universities and Colleges. — Out of this enormous total of degree -granting bodies very few answer to the modern conception of...institutions would fall within the definition. Of those nearly all are to be found in the Atlantic States. Next below them come some thirty or forty...
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Congressional Serial Set

1891
...and colleges of the United States the Hon. James Bryce, M. P., in The American Commonwealth, says: "Out of this enormous total of degree-granting bodies...all the great departments of intellectual life, not moro than twelve and possibly only eight or nine of the American institutions would fall within the...
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Educational Review

Nicholas Murray Butler, Frank Pierrepont Graves, William McAndrew - 1892
...The experience of the United States is also touched upon, and the author is wise enough to say that, "not more than twelve, and possibly only eight or nine, of the total number of American universities would, it is thought, be able to stand the application of a vigorous...
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The Chautauquan: a weekly newsmagazine, Količina 14

1892
...nervous tension. 35. Q. Give the definition of a university. A. A place where a high order of teaching is given in a range of subjects covering all the great departments of intellectual life. 36. Q. How many such institutions are to be found in the United States ? A. Not more than twelve. 37....
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Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of ..., Količina 2

United States. Bureau of Education - 1893
...university. If we define a university as a place where teaching of a nigh order, teaching which pute a man abreast of the fullest and most exact knowledge...not more than twelve and possibly only eight or nine ef the American institutions would fall within the definition. Of these nearly all are to be found...
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Special Reports on Educational Subjects, Količina 11

Great Britain. Board of Education - 1902
...could be said with perfect truth that, " if we define a university as a place where teaching which 1 puts a man abreast of the fullest and most exact knowledge...the great departments of intellectual life, not more tliun twelve, and possibly only eight or nine of the American institutions would fall within the definition....
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Reports of the Mosely Educational Commission to the United States of America ...

Mosely Educational Commission to the United States of America - 1904 - 400 strani
...homes of learning and research, which satisfy the somewhat exacting definition of " a, place where teaching which puts a man abreast of the fullest and...covering all the great departments of intellectual life."t It seems as if the successful organisation of post-graduate study and research will " save...
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Bulletin, Izdaje 10–13;Izdaje 15–20

United States. Office of Education - 1934
...345 colleges and universities then listed by this Office, then Bureau of Education. He remarks — Out of this enormous total of degree-granting bodies...great departments of Intellectual life, not more than 12 and possibly only 8 or 8 of the American institutions faU within the definition. Of these nearly...
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A History of Classical Scholarship ...: The eighteenth century in Germany ...

John Edwin Sandys - 1908
...true homes of learning and research', that 'satisfy the somewhat exacting def1nition of "a place where teaching which puts a man abreast of the fullest and...covering all the great departments of intellectual 1 Cp. Minerva, paseim. life"". The model for the old Colleges was mainly derived from England, that...
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