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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward Livingston Youmans; John Tyndall; Charles Daubeny; Arthur Henfrey; Thomas Henry Huxley; James Paget, Sir; William Whewell; Michael Faraday; W B Hodgson; Herbert Spencer; David Masson
|Description:||viii, 423 p. 20 cm.|
|Contents:||On the importance of the study of physics, by J. Tyndall.--On the importance of the study of chemistry as a means of education, by C. G. B. Daubeny.--On the educational claims of botanical science, by A. Henfrey.--On the method of studying zoology, by T. H. Huxley.--On the importance of the study of physiology, by J. Paget.--On the influence of the history of science upon intellectual education, by W. Whewell.--Observations on the education of the judgment, by [M.] Faraday.--On the importance of the study of economic science, by W. B. Hodgson.--On political education, by H. Spencer.--On college-education and self-education, by D. Masson.--Observations on the scientific study of human nature, By E. L. Youmans.--Appendix [Extracts]|
|Responsibility:||By Professors Tyndall, Daubeny, Henfrey. Ed. by Edward L. Youmans.|