Science & Education: Essays by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Author Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895
Title Science & Education: Essays
Alternate Title Science and Education: Essays
Note Collected Essays Volume III.
Contents Joseph Priestley (1874) -- On the educational value of the natural history sciences (1854) -- Emancipation: black and white (1865) -- A liberal education; and where to find it (1868) -- Scientific education: notes of an after-dinner speech (1869) -- Science and culture (1880) -- On science and art in relation to education (1882) -- Universities: actual and ideal (1874) -- Address on university education (1876) -- On the study of biology (1876) -- On elementary instruction in physiology (1877) -- On medical education (1870) -- The state and the medical profession (1884) -- The connection of the biological sciences with medicine (1881) -- The school boards: what they can do, and what they may do (1870) -- Technical education (1877) -- Address on behalf of the National association for the promotion of technical education (1887).
Credits Produced by Thomas Berger, Carlo Traverso, Charles Franks
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Language English
LoC Class Q: Science
Subject Education
Subject Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804
Subject Science -- Study and teaching
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EBook-No. 7150
Release Date
Most Recently Updated Nov 8, 2012
Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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