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" The greater part of universities have not even been very forward to adopt those improvements, after they were made; and several of those learned societies have chosen to remain, for a long time, the sanctuaries in which exploded systems and obsolete prejudices... "
Reasons against government interference in education. By an observer of the ... - Page 47
by Reasons - 1843
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Historische Vergleichung der Sitten und Verfassungen, der Gesetze ..., Volume 3

Christoph Meiners - 1794
...for a long time, the ' fanauaries , in which exploded lyilcms and obfolcte prejudices found Iheltcr and protection, after they had been hunted out of every other corner of the world. In general the richeft and bed endowed univerfities have been the (lowed in adopting thefe improvement«, and the...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 4

Adam Smith - 1801
...time, the fancluaries in which exploded fyftems and obfolete prejudices found flicker and prote<£lion, after they had been hunted out of every other corner of the world. In general, the richeft and beft endowed univerfities have teen the floweft in adopting thofe improvements, and the...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 3

Adam Smith - 1809
...though some, no doubt, have. The greater part of universities have not even been very forward to adopt those improvements, after they were made; and several...the richest and best endowed universities have been slowest in adopting those improvements, and the most averse to permit any considerable change in the...
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The Works of Adam Smith: The nature and causes of the wealth of nations

Adam Smith - 1811
...remain, for ^ long time, the fancluaries in which exploded fyftems and obfolete prejudices found fhelter and protection, after they had been hunted out of every other corner of the world. In general, the richefl and befl endowed univerfities have been BOOK been the flowed in adopting thofe improvements,...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 3

Adam Smith - 1811
...though some no doubt have. The greater part of universities have not even been very forward to adopt those improvements after they were made ; and several of those learned societies have chosen to remaip, for a Jong time, the sanctuaries in which exploded systems and obsolete prejudices found shelter...
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The Old Bachelor ...

1814 - 235 pages
...Novunv'OEganutn of Bacon. These facts fully justify the assertion, that universities " have frequently chosen to remain for a long time, the sanctuaries...prejudices found shelter and protection, after they had beetr hunted out of every other corner of the world," Were there on the contrary no such institutions,...
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The Old Bachelor

William Wirt - 18?? - 216 pages
...Novum Organum of Bacon. These tacts fully justify the assertion.'that universities " have frequently chosen to remain for a long time, the sanctuaries...they had been hunted out of every other corner of the world,1' Were there on the contrary no such institutions, it is hardly possible any science would be...
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An Inquiry Into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, Volume 3

Adam Smith - 1819
...though some no doubt have. The greater part of universities have not even been very forward to adopt those improvements after they were made ; and several...time, the sanctuaries in which exploded systems and ohselete prejudices found shelter and protection, after they had been hunted out of every other corner...
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Outlines of Philosophical Education Illustrated by the the Method of ...

George Jardine - 1825 - 527 pages
...improvements after they were made; and several of these learned societies have chosen, for a long time, to be the sanctuaries in which exploded systems, and obsolete...protection, after they had been hunted out of every corner of the world. In general, the richest "and best endowed societies have been the slowest in adopting...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator, Volume 8

1826
...been justly remarked, such institutions have often " chosen to remain for a long time, the sanctuary in which exploded systems and obsolete prejudices...protection after they had been hunted out of every corner of the world." But if the colleges thus cling to their primitive statutes and prescriptions,...
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