T. H. Huxley On Education by Thomas Henry Huxley

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Author
Thomas Henry Huxley
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Cambridge University Press
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228
ISBN
9780521080613
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Hardcover
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Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895) is known primarily as a scientist but he was also an influential educationalist, spending most of his working life teaching at the School of Mines (which later became Imperial College of Science and Technology). In this 1971 text, the most significant of his writings on education have been selected, edited and gathered together. The book is introduced by a substantial essay in which Cyril Bibby assesses Huxley's influence on the historical development of education and indicates the ways in which his educational thinking bears closely on many problems of twentieth-century society. The book contains sufficient bibliographical apparatus to guide the reader in further study, together with a useful chronology of Huxley's life and writings in their historical context.


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