Definition of Community of scholars
1. Noun. The body of individuals holding advanced academic degrees.
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Literary usage of Community of scholars
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1. The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: Ed. by Wm. T. Harris edited by William Torrey Harris (1876)
"Again, when the individual scholar lives in an organized community of scholars, such division of labor is possible, and such recombination of special ..."
2. Study of Europe in the U.S by Christopher J. Makins (1998)
"In one sense there is nothing new about the idea of an international community of scholars concerned with Europe. The study of Europe in the United States ..."
3. The Universities of Europe in the Middle Ages by Hastings Rashdall (1895)
"... in Surrey to a community of Scholars. The formal and First permanent establishment of the College was effected, ..."
4. Surveying the Record: North American Scientific Exploration to 1930 by Edward Carlos Carter (1999)
"But now the scientific study of Southwestern archaeology was firmly established as the joint enterprise of a community of scholars. ..."
5. Strategic Asset Management for Tertiary Institutions by Programme on Educational Building (1999)
"university as a community of scholars - at the dawning of the 21st century? This discussion begins with some of the assumptions implicit in how universities ..."
6. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1898)
"... placed in control of a large accumulation of books to be arranged for the best interests of a community of scholars, was an honorable position of grave ..."
7. College and Commonwealth: And Other Educational Papers and Addresses by John Henry MacCracken (1920)
"The community of teachers changes less rapidly than the community of scholars, and yet if forty per cent, of the students here to-day are strangers to their ..."