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But there was nothing in medieval France to be compared with either higher
education in the Hellenistic world, which was essentially scientific, rhetorical and
philosophical in character, or the Faculties of Letters and the Sciences which
The same evolution occurred in Germany.8 In France, on the other hand, the
schools of 'artists' (pupils studying the arts) attached to the universities did not
succeed in distinguishing themselves, either by their recruitment or by their
I Quoted in A. F. Théry, Histoire de l'éducation en France, 1858, 2 vols, vol. I. * Du
Boulay, vol. V, p. 536. * Etienne Pasquier, Recherches de la France, p. 820. * H.
Rashdall, The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages, 1895, vol. I, pp.
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