The German Universities and University Study
"Professor Paulsen aims in this book to give a systematic account of the nature, function, organization and historical development of the German university. Owing to the exalted position which the German university occupies in the world of education, and the universal nature of the problems discussed by Professor Paulsen, his work will be of value not only to his own countrymen, but to persons interested in the subject everywhere. Particularly in this country where things are in the transition state and where, in spite of much that is crude and charlatanical, the desire is strong to assimilate all that is good in the higher institutions of other countries, will a work like this assist us in finding the right path."--Reprinted from Science, N.S., Vol XVI, No. 401.
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