Source: John Henry Newman, Discourse VI in The Idea of a University Defined and Illustrated In Nine Discourses Delivered to the Catholics of Dublin (1852)
- Intellectual excellence
- Philosophical knowledge
- Enlargement of the mind
Inventory of questions
- What word can we use to express intellectual excellence?
- In what does this intellectual excellence consists?
- A Hospital heals a broken limb or cures a fever: what does an Institution effect, which professes the health, not of the body, not of the soul, but of the intellect?
- What is the relation of intellectual culture to mere knowledge?
- What is the relation of intellectual culture to professional knowledge?
- Are acquirements and attainments the scope of a University Education? Or
- Expertness in particular arts and pursuits? or
- Moral and religious proficiency?