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" The language of the monks and schoolmen seemed little better than gibberish to scholars fresh from Virgil and Cicero, and the study of Latin was placed upon a new foundation. Moreover, Latin itself ceased to afford the sole key to knowledge. The student... "
Science and Culture, and Other Essays - 16. oldal
szerző: Thomas Henry Huxley - 1881 - 349 oldal
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The Popular Science Monthly, 18. kötet

1881
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity found only a secondhand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists, as they were called,...

Select works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 oldal
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity, found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists, as they were called,...

Select Works of Thomas H. Huxley

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1886 - 339 oldal
...stndent who sought the highest thought of antiquity, found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...fought over the teaching of physical science, the stndy of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists,...

Collected Essays, 3. kötet

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...Dante on his solitary pinnacle, there was no figure in modern literature at the time of the Eenascence to compare with the men of antiquity; there was no...recognised as an essential element of all higher education. Then the Humanists, as they were called, •won the day; and the great reform which they effected was...

Science and Education

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1902 - 381 oldal
...and Home. Marvellously aided by the invention of printing, classical learning spread and nourished. Those who possessed it prided themselves on having...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists, as they were called,...

Science and Education

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1902 - 381 oldal
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists, as they were called,...

Specimens of Exposition and Argument

1908 - 362 oldal
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity, 5 found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as 10 an essential element of all higher education. Then the Humanists, as they were called,...

Essays, English and American: With Introductions and Notes

1910 - 485 oldal
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the humanists, as they were called,...

Science and Education: Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1914 - 451 oldal
...language of the monks and schoolmen seemed little better than gibberish to scholars fresh from Yirgil and Cicero, and the study of Latin was placed upon...recognised as an essential element of all higher education. Then the Humanists, as they were called, won the day; and the great reform which they effected was...

Readings in English Prose of the Nineteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1917 - 695 oldal
...student who sought the highest thought of antiquity, found only a second-hand reflection of it in Roman literature, and turned his face to the full light...teaching of physical science, the study of Greek was recognized as an essential element of all higher education. Thus the Humanists, as they were called,...




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