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Science & education : essays

Huxley, Thomas Henry, 1825-1895.
Date
1893

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Publication/Creation

London : Macmillan, 1893.

Physical description

ix, 451 pages ; 18 cm.

Notes

Includes index

Reprinted in 1895

Contents

Joseph Priestley (1874. An address delivered on the occasion of the presentation of a statue of Priestley to the town of Birmingham)--On the educational value of the natural history sciences (1854. An address delivered in St. Martin's Hall)--Emancipation - black and white (1865)--A liberal education, and where to find it (1868. An address to the South London Working Men's College)--Scientific education : notes of an after-dinner speech (1869, Liverpool Philomathic Society)--Science and culture (1880. An address delivered at the opening of Sir Josiah Mason's Science College, Birmingham)--On science and art in relation to education (1882. An address to the members of the Liverpool Institution)--Universities, actual and ideal (1874. Rectorial address, Aberdeen)--Address on university education (1876. Delivered at the opening of the Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore)--On the study of biology (1876. A lecture in connection with the Loan Collection of Scientific Apparatus, South Kensington Museum)--On elementary instruction in physiology (1877)--On medical education (1870. An address to the students of the Faculty of Medicine in University College, London)--The State and the medical profession (1884)--The connection of the biological sciences with medicine (1881. An address to the International Medical Congress)--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)

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