Whatever my hearers might do, I myself always learned something by lecturing. And those who have experience of what a heart-breaking business teaching is — how much the can't-learns and won't learns and don't learns predominate over the do-learns — will understand the comfort of that reflection. Thomas Henry Huxley (1896), Man's place in nature, and other anthropological essays, p. vii


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