Topic - Education I. The Rise and Progress of Universities

Contents

          Title Page
          Advertisement     
  1.  Introductory      1.
  2.  What is a University      6.
  3.  Site of a University    18.
  4.  University Life: Athens    33.
  5.  Free Trade in Knowledge: the Sophists    47.
  6.  Discipline and Influence    60.
  7.  Influence: Athenian Schools    77.
  8.  Discipline: Macedonian and Roman Schools      90.
  9.  Downfall and Refuge of Ancient Civilization:
Lombards
 105.
10.  Tradition of Civilization: Isles of the North  116.
11.  A Characteristic of the Popes:
St. Gregory the Great
 130.
12.  Moral of that Characteristic of the Popes:
Pius the Ninth
 142.
13.  Schools of Charlemagne: Paris  150.
14.  Supply and Demand: The Schoolmen  163.
15.  Professors and Tutors  179.
16.  The Strength and Weakness of Universities:
Abelard
 192.
17.  The Ancient University of Dublin  203.
18.  Colleges the Corrective of Universities:
Oxford
 213.
19.  Abuses of the Colleges: Oxford  228.
20.  Universities and Seminaries:
L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes
 240.

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