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" He loved the battle of wits; but he never argued for the sake of victory. He helped men in many ways, but most of all because he made them help themselves. It is a great deal easier for a teacher to state his own views to students than to get them to... "
The Centennial History of the Harvard Law School, 1817-1917 - Σελίδα 178
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Transactions, Τόμος 13

1912
...the law laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits ; but he never argued simply for the sake of victory. He helped men...most of all because he made them help themselves. Mr. Ames was never a practising lawyer. As already shown, from the moment that he had acquired his...

Lectures on Legal History and Miscellaneous Legal Essays

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...the law laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits; but he never argued simply for the sake of victory. He helped men...students to exercise their own minds on the problems. To many of his pupils, said his pupil and colleague, Professor Williston, it seems that he was a teacher...

Lectures on Legal History and Miscellaneous Legal Essays

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...the law laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits; but he never argued simply for the sake of victory. He helped men...themselves. His views of the law were very positive, but 1o LECTURES ON LEGAL HISTORY. he always kept them in the background until he had got the students to...

Engineering Education, Τόμος 27

American Society for Engineering Education, Society for the Promotion of Engineering - 1919
...laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits; but he never argued for the sake of victory. He helped men in many ways,...got the students to exercise their own minds on the problem. ' ' It was his singular patience in this discussion of legal principles with his colleagues...

Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting, Τόμος 27

Society for the Promotion of Engineering Education (U.S.). Meeting - 1919
...laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits; but he never argued for the sake of victory. He helped men in many ways,...got the students to exercise their own minds on the problem. * '' It was his singular patience in this discussion of legal principles with his colleagues...

Spartan Education

Edward H. Warren - 2013 - 180 σελίδες
...the law laid down went away to ponder what it ought to be. He loved the battle of wits, but he never argued simply for the sake of victory. He helped men...most of all because he made them help themselves. He never practised at the bar, and was a legal philosopher rather than a lawyer. In some ways this...
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