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Idea of a University
J. H. Newman
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The Idea of a University is to be determined without recourse to the authority of the Church, or any authority at all. "Observe then, Gentlemen, I have no intention, in any thing I shall say, of bringing into the argument the authority of the Church, or any authority at all; but I shall consider the question simply on the grounds of human. Discussion of themes and motifs in John Henry Newman's The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated. eNotes critical analyses help you gain a deeper understanding of The Idea of a University.
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The Idea of a University book. Read 36 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The issues that John Henry Newman raised—the place of reli /5. I disliked the fact that this may be only the introcuction to the real book, "The Idea of a University".
I read the entire book many years ago. It is a compendium of Scholastic philosophy with each branch of knowledge described in detail. I'm returning the book, and asking that it Cited by: "The aim of the University is a true enlargement of mind the power of viewing many things at once." Though a century and a half has passed since John Henry Newman delivered the lectures which provide the basis for The Idea of a University, the prescription he served up is more relevant today than during the Victorian era.
Newman wrote and delivered these addresses upon becoming the first /5(34). Pelikan’s title derives from John Henry Newman’s THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY. Like Newman’s work, his book is based on a series of lectures.
Newman’s were presented in the ’s to. "Jaroslav Pelikan himself embodies, in many ways, the idea of the university.
The powers of the liberally educated mind that Newman praised—judgement, clearsightedness, sagacity, philosophical reach, and intellectual self-possession—all shine forth from this book.
This edition of The idea of a University includes the full text of the original publication and four selections from the subsequently added "University Subjects" together with five essays by leading scholars that explore the background and the present-day relevance of Newman's themes.
"The Idea of a University [is an] eloquent defense of a liberal education which is perhaps the most timeless of all [Newman’s] books and certainly the one most intellectually accessible to readers of every religious faith and of noneAuthor: John Henry Cardinal Newman, Martin J.
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in occasional lectures and essays addressed to the members of the catholic university. john henry cardinal newman. new impression. longmans, green, and co. 39 paternoster row, london.
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Since its publication almost years ago, The Idea of a University has had an extraordinary influence on the shaping and goals of higher education. The issues that John Henry Newman raised—the place of religion and moral values in the university setting, the competing claims of liberal and professional education, the character of the academic community, the cultural role of.
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The ten public lectures that Newman composed in are rightly considered masterpieces, for they have inspired debate on the nature and purpose of a university education like no. "The aim of the University is a true enlargement of mind the power of viewing many things at once."Though a century and a half has passed since John Henry Newman delivered the lectures which provide the basis for The Idea of a University, the prescription he served up is more relevant today than during the Victorian wrote and delivered these addresses upon becoming the first 5/5(1).
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Get this from a library. The idea of a university. [John Henry Newman] -- Table of Contents: I. University teaching. Introductory -- Theology a branch of knowledge -- Bearing of theology on other knowledge -- Bearing of other knowledge on theology -- Knowledge its own end. The Idea of the Digital University book.
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The author first discusses Newman’s life and then outlines the ideas in the : Michael Lanford.The view taken of a University in these Discourses is the following:—That it is a place of teaching universal knowledge. This implies that its object is, on the one hand, intellectual, not moral; and, on the other, that it is the diffusion and extension of knowledge rather than the advancement.