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" To open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to know, and to digest, master, rule, and use its knowledge, to give it power over its own faculties, application, flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, resource, address, eloquent... "
City Club Bulletin - Page 23
1914
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The Scope and Nature of University Education

John Henry Newman - Education, Higher - 1859 - 378 pages
...has those who aim at it. To open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to know, and to digest, master, rule, and use its knowledge, to give...sagacity, resource, address, eloquent expression, is an object as intelligible (for here we are inquiring, not what the object of a Liberal Education...
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Prize Essay and Lectures, Delivered Before the American Institute ..., Volume 32

American Institute of Instruction - Education - 1862 - 224 pages
...possess it. To open the mind, to train it, to refine it, to enable it to know and understand and to digest, master, rule, and use its knowledge, — to give it power over itself, its faculties, application, flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, resource, address,...
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The idea of a university defined and illustrated

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1873 - 560 pages
...has those who aim at it. To open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to know, and to digest, master, rule, and use its knowledge, to give...sagacity, resource, address, eloquent expression, is an object as intelligible (for here we are inquiring, not what the object of a Liberal Education...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 21; Volume 73

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1873 - 574 pages
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The Dublin Review, Volume 22; Volume 74

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1874 - 542 pages
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The Detroit Medical Journal, Volume 1

Leartus Connor, John Jolliffe Mulheron - Medicine - 1877 - 996 pages
...open the mind, correct, refine, enable it to master, know and digest, rule and use its knowledge, and give it power over its own faculties, application,...method, critical exactness, sagacity, resource, address. With the intellect thus tutored, the student might enter into the study of the most difficult professions...
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The Memorial Volume, a History of the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore ...

Baltimore Publishing Company - 1885 - 562 pages
...studies, whose object is not "to open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to know, and to digest, master, rule and use its knowledge, to give...flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, resource, eloquent expression," but simply to impart the requisite skill for the ordinary exercise of the holy...
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On the Study of Literature

John Morley - Literature - 1887 - 72 pages
...education is,| to open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to comprehend and digest its knowledge, to give it power over its own faculties,...flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, address, and expression. These are the objects of that intellectual perfection which a literary education...
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The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library ..., Volume 4

Halkett Lord, Richard Halkett - American literature - 1887 - 588 pages
...in education is to open the mind, to correct it, to refine it, to enable it to comprehend and digest its knowledge, to give it power over its own faculties,...flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, address and expression. These are the objects of that intellectual performance which a literary education...
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Aspects of Modern Study: Being University Extension Addresses

Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair - University extension - 1894 - 218 pages
...education is to open the mind, to correct it, to 9 refine it, to enable it to comprehend and digest its knowledge, to give it power over its own faculties,...flexibility, method, critical exactness, sagacity, address, and expression. These are the objects of that intellectual perfection which a literary education...
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