The Idea Of A University Defined And Illustrated: In Nine Discourses Delivered To The Catholics Of Dublin

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The   Idea Of   A University Defined And Illustrated: In Nine     Discourses Delivered To The   Catholics Of   Dublin

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. If Its Object Were Scientific And Philosophical Discovery, I
Do Not See Why A University Should Have Students; If Religious Training, I
Do Not See How It Can Be The Seat Of Literature And Science.

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