The individual and liberal education; papers delivered at the dedication of Johnston Hall, April 19-21, 1951.


[Minneapolis] University of Minnesota Press [1952] .

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Subjects Education, Humanistic.
Johnston, John Black, 1868-
Description x, 102 p. 23 cm.
Notes On cover: Essays in honor of John Black Johnston.
Contents Foreword, by J. W. Buchta.--Introductory remarks, by R. F. Quinlivan.--Dedication address, by J. L. Morrill.--Ideologies and the American way, by J. B. Wolf.--Ideological conflict and the liberal arts college, by C. J. Turck.--The clash of ideologies and the integrity of words, by H. N. Smith.--Science and the liberal tradition, by L. A. Du Bridge.--The natural sciences and man, by V. Bush.--The individual in liberal education, by T. R. McConnell.--The education of the ablest students, by D. Wolfle.--The individual, the teacher, and the curriculum, by J. E. Burchard.
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