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" ... and scientific institutions which are always at once forthcoming in the United States. In my opinion, the scientific deadness of the nation is mainly due to the too exclusively mediaeval and classical methods of our higher public schools, and can... "
Nature - Page 108
edited by - 1905
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Nature, Volume 71

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purpose* and scientific institutions which are always at once...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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Year-book of the Royal Society of London, Issue 9

Science - 1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of Nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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The New Biological Station at Port Erin (Isle of Man ..., Volume 18, Part 1904

Liverpool Marine Biology Committee - 1904
...knowledge and scientific methods in all industrial enterprises, and, indeed, in all national undertakings In my opinion, the scientific deadness of the nation...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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The New Biological Station at Port Erin (Isle of Man ..., Volume 18, Part 1904

Liverpool Marine Biology Committee - 1904
...knowledge and scientific methods in all industrial enterprises, and, indeed, in all national undertakings In my opinion, the scientific deadness of the nation...science, not from textbooks for passing an examination, hut, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of nature by direct observation and...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological sciences ..., Volume 76

Biology - 1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientificpurposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...removed by making in future the teaching of Science, not fi'om text-books for passing an examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the...
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THE ROYAL SOCIETY

SIR WILLIAM HUGGINS - 1906
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of Nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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The Royal Society; or, Science in the state and in the schools

Sir William Huggins - 1906 - 131 pages
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of Nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Biological sciences ..., Volume 76

Biology - 1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientificpurposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...examination, but, as far as may be possible, from the study of the phenomena of Nature by direct observation and experiment, an integral and essential part of...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A ..., Volume 76

1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...of the nation is mainly due to the too exclusively mediseval and classical methods of our higher public schools, and can only be slowly removed by making...
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of London: Containing papers of a ...

Electronic journals - 1905
...contrast with the large donations and liberal endowments from private benefaction for scientific purposes and scientific institutions which are always at once...of the nation is mainly due to the too exclusively mediieval and classical methods of our higher public schools, and can only be slowly removed by making...
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