The Idea of a University is an eloquent defense of a liberal education which is perhaps the most timeless of all [Newman's] books and certainly the one most intellectually accessible to readers of every religious faith and of none . . . Only one who has read The Idea of a University in its entirety, especially the nine discourses, can hope to understand why its reputation is so high." —from the Introduction by Martin J. Svaglic
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Published January 1, 1982
by University of Notre Dame Press.
Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, History.