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"The Ideal of the University" is an earlier masterpiece in the history of Western higher education that systematically, comprehensively and comprehensively discussed the basic theoretical issues of university education Based on the two points that all knowledge constitutes a whole and the university is a place where universal knowledge is imparted, he believes that if a university does not include theology and impart universal knowledge, it cannot be called a university. education is free and study's goal is study itself,so we shouldn't study in a narrow way.In order to realize this kind of free education, in addition to insisting on the principle of knowledge for the sake of knowledge, he advocated that students should truly and actively enter the field of knowledge. The training goals of liberal education and professional education are not contradictory, because people trained in liberal education have the ability to immediately engage in relevant scientific and professional work. Although Newman’s liberal education thought does not aim at pursuing utilitarianism and practicability, it does not deny its utilitarianism and practicability. It is a powerful refutation of the utilitarian education concept. the book tells us that we should study automatically and enthusiastically and gain the knowledge in a logical and connective way.In the ninth lecture, Newman discussed the responsibilities of religion to universities and believed that universities should accept the moral influence of religion in order to achieve their goals.Newman mainly discussed the nature of liberal education and its utilitarian and practical aspects in the fifth to eighth chapters.There are many things that you may think are unnecessary, but doing and not doing are completely different things, and the effect is definitely different. We should be less utilitarian in learning, learning knowledge and improving self-quality is the most important. so read more,walk more.