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Humanistic, And Particularly Classical, Studies As A Preparation For The Law, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1907

Humanistic, And Particularly Classical, Studies As A Preparation For The Law, Harry B. Hutchins

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Aside from the elementary branches, no particular subject is absolutely essential as a basis for the study and practice of the law. In this respect the law occupies a place somewhat different from that of the other learned professions. The student and practitioner of medicine must of necessity get a substantial scientific foundation for his professional work. This for him is an absolutely essential prerequisite. For the professional courses in engineering a special and definite scientific preparation must be made; without it nothing but the most ordinary work in engineering can be accomplished. And it is probable that for theology ...