Cardinal Newman's Idea of a University.
Newman’s “Idea” for Catholic Higher Education (Part 1). In the “Idea of a University,” Newman defended the notion that knowledge is. We will discuss these in part II of this essay.
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Newman’s The Idea of a University advocates his ideas of university education seeking to guard against obscureantism in education.It deals with the basic principles concerning the site of the university, the aim of university education, the qualifications of the university teachers, and the ideals of liberal education.
I love the Idea of a University not for what Newman says about religion's place in university but what he says about university's ability to elevate the mind and create true gentlemen a Aside from the fact that it's not literature, it's also written by a Cardinal in the Catholic Church, which seems an odd choice by someone who long ago cast off the restraints of religion.
Religious Education and John Henry Newman’s Idea of a University M. Marchetto ITALIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION, 7 (3), 2015 191 students of all creeds, since they had abolished all confessional symbols, proof of religious affiliation and the teaching of religious topics.
I magine you’ve just read Plato’s Republic and then—conscientious citizen that you’ve now become—you enter a Chicago voting booth on election day and scan the list of candidates. Anyone who reads John Henry Newman’s The Idea of a University, published in 1852, and then ventures into the typical college classroom of today will suffer a similar case of mental whiplash.
The idea of a university: defined and illustrated Item Preview. The idea of a university: defined and illustrated by Newman, John Henry, 1801-1890. Publication date 1873 Topics Education, Higher, Universities and colleges Publisher London: Basil Montagu Pickering Collection.