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Society Today pp 224-227 | Cite as

Universities

  • Michael Williams
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Abstract

The university, said the philosopher, Cardinal Newman, over a hundred years ago, is “the high protecting power of all knowledge and science, of fact and of principle, of inquiry and discovery, of experiment and speculation; it maps out the territory of the intellect, and sees that there is neither encroachment nor surrender on any side.”

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© New Society 1986

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