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analysis of the rhetoric of John Henry Newman"s Idea of a university.

Paul Lee Mitchell

analysis of the rhetoric of John Henry Newman"s Idea of a university.

by Paul Lee Mitchell

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, MI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 277 leaves.
    Number of Pages277
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16204475M

    The book was a culmination of Newman’s thinking about the philosophical nature of belief and certitude in the University Sermons. 1 John Henry Newman, An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent, University of Notre Dame Press (), p. "The aim of the University is a true enlargement of mind the power of viewing many things at once."Though a century and a half has passed since John Henry Newman delivered the lectures which provide the basis for The Idea of a University, the prescription he served up is more relevant today than during the Victorian wrote and delivered these addresses upon becoming the first 5/5(1).

      The idea of a university: defined and illustrated by Newman, John Henry, Publication date Topics Education, Higher, Universities and colleges Publisher London: Basil Montagu Pickering Collection saint_marys_college; torontoPages:   The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated by John Henry Newman. Publication date Publisher Longmans, Green, and co. Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of California Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the.

    University of Iowa Iowa Research Online Theses and Dissertations A study of the poetry of John Henry Newman Catherine A. Burns State University of Iowa This work has been identified with aCreative Commons Public Domain Mark Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.   John Henry Newman CO (21 February - 11 August ) was a Catholic cardinal and theologian who was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century. He was known nationally by the : CreateSpace Publishing.


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Analysis of the rhetoric of John Henry Newman"s Idea of a university by Paul Lee Mitchell Download PDF EPUB FB2

John Henry Newman's famous lectures The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated were an outline of Newman's vision of the ideal purpose and structure of university education. This vision. In John Henry Newman became the Rector of what would become University College, Dublin, a position he would remain in for four years.

Based on his experiences as the leader of an educational institution he would publish a volume of lectures explaining his philosophy of education entitled "The Idea of a University."4/4(23).

"The aim of the University is a true enlargement of mind the power of viewing many things at once." Though a century and a half has passed since John Henry Newman delivered the lectures which provide the basis for The Idea of a University, the prescription he served up is more relevant today than during the Victorian era.

Newman wrote and delivered these addresses upon becoming the first /5(34). Pelikan’s title derives from John Henry Newman’s THE IDEA OF A UNIVERSITY. Like Newman’s work, his book is based on a series of lectures. Newman’s were presented in the ’s to. The issues that John Henry Newman raisedthe place of religion and moral values in the university setting, the competing claims of liberal and professional education, the character of the academic community, the cultural role of literature, the relation of religion and science--have provoked discussion from Newman's time /5.

the idea of a university. defined and illustrated. in nine discourses delivered to the catholics of dublin. in occasional lectures and essays addressed to the members of the catholic university.

john henry cardinal newman. new impression. longmans, green, and co. 39 paternoster row, london. In when John Henry Newman wrote his essay, “The Idea of a University,” he wanted to convey that a University’s purpose was to be able to educate first-rate members of the social order. Newman’s theory, although over a hundred years old, still applies to today’s college students; many are seeking higher educations to not only lead.

An Oxford University theology professor, he is a prolific author whose books include an edition of The Idea of a University; the preeminent biography of John Henry Newman; and Mere Catholicism, published in He received his doctorate from Cambridge University and.

The seminar discourse on John Henry Cardinal Newmans Idea of the University – Today keenly focused on the intellectual and religious context of Newmans mind. As Dr. Kevin Mongrain, Executive Director of the National Institute for Newman Studies and Seminar Facilitator, so insightfully posed in.

“A university training is the great ordinary means to a great but ordinary end; it aims at raising the intellectual tone of society It is the education which gives a man a clear conscious view of his own opinions and judgments, a truth in developing them, an eloquence in expressing them and a Cited by:   John Henry Newman rightly insists in his classic work on the subject that narrow specialisations produce narrow minds Wed 20 Oct EDT First published on Wed 20 Oct EDT Share.

The Idea of a University is to be determined without recourse to the authority of the Church, or any authority at all.

"Observe then, Gentlemen, I have no intention, in any thing I shall say, of bringing into the argument the authority of the Church, or any authority at all; but I shall consider the question simply on the grounds of human.

The Author: John F. Britt is a Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at the University of Dayton. He received his Ph.D. in Education and Philosophy in from St. Louis University and his S.T.D. in Theology with a specialization in Marian Studies and in John Henry Newman from the International Marian Research Institute (IMRI), the American branch of the "Marianum" in Rome and Author: John Britt.

There is nothing far-fetched or unreasonable in the idea thus presented to us; and if this be a University, then a University does but contemplate a necessity of our nature, and is but one specimen in a particular medium, out of many which might be adduced in others, of a provision for that.

This book presents an answer by John Henry Newman, first made in a series of lectures over a hundred years ago, and later published in a book that has since become a literary and educational classic.

The Idea of a University was composed oi two main sections, the first of which was entitled “University Teaching,” and the second. Newman, John Henry, Title: The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated In Nine Discourses Delivered to the Catholics of Dublin Language: English: LoC Class: LB: Education: Theory and practice of education: Subject: Universities and colleges Subject: Education, Higher Category: Text: EBook-No.

Release Date: Feb 5,   I magine you’ve just read Plato’s Republic and then—conscientious citizen that you’ve now become—you enter a Chicago voting booth on election day and scan the list of candidates.

Anyone who reads John Henry Newman’s The Idea of a University, published inand then ventures into the typical college classroom of today will suffer a similar case of mental whiplash.

The Palaestra may seem a liberal exercise to Lycurgus, and illiberal to Seneca; coach driving and prize-fighting may be recognized by Elis, and be condemned in England; music may be despicable in the eyes of certain moderns, and be in the highest place with Aristotle and Plato,—(and the case is the same in the particular application of the.

John Henry Newman's The Idea of a University is an attempt to define a liberal arts education. Newman describes liberal education as all around useful knowledge, "In one case it is called Useful Knowledge, in the other Liberal" ().

Another definition about higher learning liberal arts at a u. Newman's idea of a classical university (1). Link/Page Citation With Julian, the light went out, and now nothing remains but to let the darkness come, and hope for a new sun and another day, born of time's mystery and man's love of light.

we can have no better guide than John Henry Newman's The Idea of a University. Given as a series of. The Uses of Knowledge: Selections from the Idea of a University by Newman, John Henry Cardinal and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Discourse 6.

Knowledge Viewed in Relation to Learning. 1. {} IT were well if the English, like the Greek language, possessed some definite word to express, simply and generally, intellectual proficiency or perfection, such as "health," as used with reference to the animal frame, and "virtue," with reference to our moral nature.In John Henry Newman became the Rector of what would become University College, Dublin, a position he would remain in for four years.

Based on his experiences as the leader of an educational institution he would publish a volume of lectures explaining his philosophy of education entitled "The Idea of /5(24).