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" ... the man who has learned to think and to reason and to compare and to discriminate and to analyze, who has refined his taste, and formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator,... "
Habits of Mind: Fostering Access and Excellence in Higher Education - Seite 50
von William Barclay Allen, Carol M. Allen - 249 Seiten
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The Scope and Nature of University Education

John Henry Newman - 1859 - 351 Seiten
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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The idea of a university defined and illustrated

John Henry Newman (card.) - 1873
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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Hours with Men and Books

William Mathews - 1877 - 352 Seiten
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...state of intellect in which he can take up any one of these sciences or callings, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease,...
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The Downside Review, Band 4

1885
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...intellect in which he can take up any one of the sciences and callings I have referred to or any other, with an ease, a grace, a versatility and a success, to...
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Selections from Standard Authors: For the Benefit of the Prison Inmates

1888 - 90 Seiten
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...state of intellect in which he can take up any one of these sciences or callings, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease,...
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Special Reports on Educational Subjects, Band 3

Great Britain. Board of Education - 1898
...judgment and sharpened his mental vision, will not, indeed, at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or ail orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a good...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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Special Reports on Educational Subjects, Band 3

Great Britain. Board of Education - 1898
...his judgment and sharpened his mental vision, will not, indeed, at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...man of business, or a soldier, or an engineer, or a clwniist. or a geologist, or an antiquarian ; but he will be placed in that state of intellect in which...
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The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated: I. in Nine Discourses ...

John Henry Newman - 1899 - 527 Seiten
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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Modern English Prose

George Rice Carpenter, William Tenney Brewster - 1904 - 481 Seiten
...formed his judgment, and sharpened his mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or an orator, or a statesman, or a physician, or a...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to, or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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The Economic Review

1906
...mental vision, will not indeed at once be a lawyer, or a pleader, or a physician, or a good landlord, or man of business, or a soldier, or an engineer, or...he can take up any one of the sciences or callings I have referred to or any other for which he has a taste or special talent, with an ease, a grace,...
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