Educational ideas expressed by Thomas Arnold and Cardinal Newman. Comparison and contrast
Newton, Margaret Mary
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Newman believes that knowledge is a whole and that the separate subject-matter fields are parts of the whole. He divides the pursuit of knowledge into three great fields, God, Nature, and Man. Newman defines a university as a place where universal knowledge is to be taught. Since he sees knowledge as a whole he sees the separate parts connected with each other.[TRUNCATED]
Thesis (Ed.M.)--Boston University N.B.: Misnomer no page 29
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