The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain

The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain

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This collection of essays explores the questions of what counted as knowledge in Victorian Britain, who defined knowledge and the knowledgeable, by what means and by what criteria. The concept of knowledge is complex and much debated, with a multiplicity of meanings and troubling relationships. By studying the Victorian organization of knowledge in its institutional, social, and intellectual settings, these essays contribute to our consideration of these wider issues.The syllabus details are more like the detailed plan of reading, researching, learning, practising and testing of skills that are laid down in course guides. The curriculum is the general map of the area to be covered, setting out the general aimsanbsp;...

Title:The Organisation of Knowledge in Victorian Britain
Author: Martin Daunton
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2005-05-26

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