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The Knowledge most worth having. Edited by Wayne C. Booth.

; University of Chicago. College
Chicago, University of Chicago Press [1967] .
ISBN 0226065758, 0226065766, 9780226065762, 9780226065755

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Other Authors Booth, Wayne C.,
University of Chicago. College.
Subjects Education.
EĢducation.
Description xi, 212 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date [1967]
Notes "A publication of the seventy-fifth anniversary year of the University of Chicago."
"Papers ... delivered at a five-day liberal arts conference sponsored by the undergraduate College of the University of Chicago."
Contents Is there any knowledge that a man must have? By W.C. Booth -- Returning coals to Newcastle, by F.C. Ward -- The instruments of mental production, by N. Frye -- A transatlantic view of "what knowledge is worth having", by J. Cockcroft -- Undergraduates and the scientific enterprise, by J.A. Simpson -- Diversity, by J.R. Platt -- Education and the contemporary woman, by A.F. Scott -- Platonic education, by J.M. Redfield -- The battle of the books, by R. McKeon -- The role of a liberal arts college within a university, by E.H. Levi.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)181950
(OCoLC)ocm00181950
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