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By way of targeting the liberty of clinical study, educating and examine, the medieval college constitution was once modernized and enabled discoveries to develop into a qualified, bureaucratically-regulated job of the college. This opened the way in which for the positive march of the usual sciences, and resulted in scholar movements--resulting within the collage being finally forged within the position of a fort of political fight in a world-wide struggle for freedom. additionally to be had: quantity 1: Universities within the center a while 0-521-36105-2 Hardback $140.00 C quantity 2: Universities in Early sleek Europe (1500-1800) 0-521-36106-0 Hardback $130.00 C

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See chapter 10. ’ Beginning of the first and last verses of a well-known student song that Max von Schenkendorf (1783–1817) wrote along with other patriotic songs of student life during the war for liberation. ¨ Virchow, ‘Grundung’ (note 40), 29. 20 Themes formed associations and clubs of students coming from the same region, whose ‘freedoms’ often subjected the personal freedom of their members to humiliating initiation and drinking rites. In contrast to the student liberties of the medieval and early modern university, personal freedom, which offered students an academic education according to the Berlin University model, referred to study as the core of its activity, and assigned it its own responsibility.

By the turn of the century, Oxford and Cambridge had adhered to the German model to the extent that the importance of research in the teaching of a modern university was accepted. In the volume on the nineteenth century of the History of the University of Oxford, Laurence Brockliss states that the idea of the modern research university advocated by Humboldt was implemented more authentically in the universities of Oxford and Cambridge than in the institutions of Germany, since Oxbridge retained corporate and collegiate autonomy, as well as their primary mission of non-professional education.

Preussische Akademie (note 17), 24. 37 Thus, in the summer of 1798, he was able to arrange the introduction of his younger brother Alexander to the mathematician Pierre Simon Marquis de Laplace (1749–1827) from the Institut, and to Louis comte de Lagrange (1736–1813) from the Ecole Polytechnique, as well as to two naturalists active at the Mus´eum, Georges baron Cuvier (1769–1832) and Etienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire (1772–1844). In Paris, Alexander von Humboldt (1769–1859) was inspired to make his natural science research trips to Latin America.

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