Literature and Science. by Matthew Arnold (1882). electronic edition by Ian Lancashire. Practical people talk with a smile of Plato and of his absolute ideas; and.
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It is not knowing their belles lettres merely that is meant. Moreover, it is quite true that the habit of dealing with facts which is given by the study of nature is, as the friends of physical science praise it for being, an excellent discipline. My own studies have been almost wholly in letters, and my visits to the field of the natural sciences have been very slight and inadequate, although those sciences strongly move my curiosity. If we are studying physiology, it is interesting to know that the pulmonary artery carries dark blood and the pulmonary vein carries bright blood, departing in this respect from the common rule for the division of labour between the veins and the arteries. Interesting, indeed, these results of science are, important they are, and we should all be acquainted with them. It will be observed that in our suggestions for a popular pro- gramme, 7 dwarfs
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