科学与教育
Science and Education

  • 作   者:

    托马斯·亨利·赫胥黎(英)
    Thomas Henry Huxley

  • 出版社:

    外语教学与研究出版社
    Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press

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    英文

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《科学与教育》是《赫胥黎论文集》的第3卷,共收进赫胥黎在30多年里,陆续向不同听众和读者发表的有关教育问题的重要讲演和文章共17篇,比较集中地反映了他的科学教育思想。

The apology offered in the Preface to the first volume of this series for the occurrence of repetitions, is even more needful here I am afraid. But it could hardly be otherwise with speeches and essays, on the same topic, addressed at intervals, during more than thirty years, to widely distant and different hearers and readers. The oldest piece, that “On the Educational Value of the Natural History Sciences,” contains some crudities, which I repudiated when the lecture was first reprinted, more than twenty years ago; but it will be seen that much of what I have had to say, later on in life, is merely a development of the propositions enunciated in this early and sadly-imperfect piece of work.

《科学与教育》收进了19世纪英国著名自然科学家、教育家赫胥黎论述教育问题的主要讲演和文章共17篇,比较集中地反映了他的科学教育思想。在这些文章中赫胥黎提倡科学和科学教育;有力地批判了古典教育;赋予当时英国社会所流行的自由教育以新意,阐明了自由教育既包括智力训练,也包括身体、道德和审美方面的训练,即是一种既自由又实用的教育;倡导理想的大学教育;呼吁完善的技术教育;极为重视对教师的培养。

Huxley used the term 'agnostic' to describe his own views on religion, a term whose use has continued to the present day, and which throws light on his demanding criteria for proof in science.

托马斯·亨利·赫胥黎(1825-1895),英国博物学家、教育家。英国著名博物学家,达尔文进化论最杰出的代表。

Thomas Henry Huxley (4 May 1825 – 29 June 1895) was an English biologist (comparative anatomist), known as "Darwin's Bulldog" for his advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

If the man to perpetuate whose memory we have this day raised a statue had been asked on what part of his busy life’s work he set the highest value, he would undoubtedly have pointed to his voluminous contributions to theology. In season and out of season, he was the steadfast champion of that hypothesis respecting the Divine nature which is termed Unitarianism by its friends and Socinianism by its foes. Regardless of odds, he was ready to do battle with all comers in that cause; and if no adversaries entered the lists, he would sally forth to seek them.

  • PREFACE

  • JOSEPH PRIESTLEY

  • ON THE EDUCATIONAL VALUE OF THE NATURAL HISTORY SCIENCES

  • EMANCIPATION—BLACK AND WHITE

  • A LIBERAL EDUCATION; AND WHERE TO FIND IT

  • SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION: NOTES OF AN AFTER-DINNER SPEECH

  • SCIENCE AND CULTURE

  • ON SCIENCE AND ART IN RELATION TO EDUCATION

  • UNIVERSITIES: ACTUAL AND IDEAL

  • ADDRESS ON UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  • ON THE STUDY OF BIOLOGY

  • ON ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION IN PHYSIOLOGY

  • ON MEDICAL EDUCATION

  • THE STATE AND THE MEDICAL PROFESSION

  • THE CONNECTION OF THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES WITH MEDICINE

  • THE SCHOOL BOARDS: WHAT THEY CAN DO, AND WHAT THEY MAY DO.

  • TECHNICAL EDUCATION

  • ADDRESS ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION

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