In this essay, Szent-Gyorgyi demonstrated his philosophical and humanistic approach to science and to life. Participating
in a discussion at Brown University, he reflected on the nature of knowledge, research, and teaching, and urged that things
be lived, not merely learned. Teaching, he said, must balance details and generalizations, but also be balanced with general
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1964-12-04 (December 4, 1964)
Periodical: Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert. "Teaching and the Expanding Knowledge." Science 146, (4 December 1964): 1278-1279. Article.
[American Association for the Advancement of Science]
Reprinted with permission from Szent-Gyorgyi, Albert. "Teaching and the Expanding Knowledge." Science 146 (4 December
1964): 1278-1279. Copyright 1964 AAAS.
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