Some Notes on the Technique of Experimentation in a Liberal College
by Alexander Meiklejohn — 1932
How shall one go about the business of experimenting in a liberal college? That is a question which, so far as I can see, does not now admit of answer. Most of us who are trying to experiment are as yet so much excited by the opportunity given us, so fundamentally surprised by our good fortune, that we have bad neither the time nor the mood for reflection upon our procedure. We are busy, as it were, making hay while the sun shines, and with rather lively fear that the rains may come again before the barns have been filled.
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