“A Man May Hear a Thousand Lectures, and Read a Thousand Volumes, and be at the End of the Process Very Much Where He Was, as Regards Knowledge. . . . It Must Not be Passively Received, but Actually and Actively Entered Into, Embraced, Mastered.” [Book Review]

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