The British Association: Section L. Education

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    "Magis magnos clericos non sunt magis magnos sapientes" ("Frère Jean des Entommeures in Gargantua", I. 39).

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    "Essais", i. xxv.

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    Rabelais, Montaigne, and Locke have been collated by Quick in his edition of the "Thoughts concerning Education".

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    "Round Table", Classical Education.

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    Dr. Duncan's "Life" furnishes proof of the slightness of Spencer's obligations to literature.

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    "On Teaching English", p. 18.

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    See, for example, Henry Sidgwick in "Essays on a Liberal Education" (1887).

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    "The Teaching of Scientific Method,&c"., 1903, p. 235.

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    Clarendon Press, 1908.

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MIALL, L. The British Association: Section L. Education . Nature 78, 584–589 (1908) doi:10.1038/078584a0

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