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" The saying that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing is, to my mind, a very dangerous adage, If knowledge is real and genuine, I do not believe that it is other than a very valuable possession, however infinitesimal its quantity may be. Indeed, if... "
Science and Culture, and Other Essays - 93. oldal
szerző: Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 oldal
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The Dublin university magazine, 90. kötet

University magazine - 1877
...inexpressible ; and no one now-a-days doubts the value of instruction, even if it goes no further. The saying that a little knowledge is a dangerous...of danger ? If William Harvey's life-long labours liad revealed to him a tenth part of what may be made sound and real knowledge to our boys and girls...

The Popular Science Monthly, 11. kötet

1877
...dangerous thing is, to my rn.iT\d, a very dangerous adage. If knowledge is real and genuine, I <lo not believe that it is other than a very valuable...to be out of danger ? If William Harvey's life-long labors had revealed to him a tenth part of what may be made sound and real knowledge to our boys and...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1877
...believe that it is other than a very valuable possession, however infinitesimal its quantity may bo. Indeed, if a little knowledge is dangerous, where...much as to be out of danger ? If William Harvey's lifc-lcm^ M—a 132 On Elementary Instruction in Physiology. [August labours had revealed to him a...

Lectures on Nursing

William Robert Smith - 1878 - 236 oldal
...dangerous thing ; but to this theory I owe no allegiance, for — to use Professor Huxley's words — "if a little knowledge is dangerous, where is the man who has so much as to be out of danger ?" The responsibilities of the office of nurse, I have endeavoured clearly to point out, and as far...

Science and Culture, and Other Essays, 32. kötet;964. kötet

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 oldal
...physiologists of all the world. It would be as reasonable to accuse an advocate of the "three E's" of a desire to make an orator, an author, and a mathematician...is the man who has so much as to be out of danger 1 If William Harvey's life-long labours had revealed to him a tenth part of that which may be made...

Nature, 25. kötet

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1882
...possession, however infinitesimal its quantity may be. Indeed, if a little knowledge is dangerous, -»here is the man who has so much as to be out of danger ? " If the life-long labours of the greatest physiologist of his age — William Harvey — had revealed to...

Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 oldal
...only incidentally, as the present Conference does not deal with education in the ordinary sense of word. It will not be suspected that I wish to make...to be out of danger ? If William Harvey's life-long labors had revealed to him a tenth part of that which may be made sound and real knowledge to our boys...

Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 oldal
...believe that it is other than a very valuable possession, however infinitesimal its quantity maybe. Indeed, if a little knowledge is dangerous, where...to be out of danger ? If William Harvey's life-long labors had revealed to him a tenth part of that which may be made sound and real knowledge to our boys...

Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1896 - 451 oldal
...the wonderful phenomena of sensation afford an endless field for curious and interesting self-study. The prick of a needle will yield, in a drop of one's...boys and girls, he would not only have been what he was, the greatest physiologist of his age, but he would have loomed upon the seventeenth century as...

Dictionary of Quotations: (English)

Philip Hugh Dalbiac - 1897 - 510 oldal
...Oh, what a plague is an obstinate daughter ! " SHERIDAN. The Duenna (Don Jerome) Act I., Sc. III. " If a little knowledge is dangerous, where is the man who has so much as to be out of danger ? " HUXLEY. Science and Culture. On Elementary Instruction in Physiology. " If all the year were playing...




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