student = 情熱を傾けている人




studying = one way to learn

Let’s start by looking at the definitions:

To Learn – to gain knowledge or skill by studying, practicing, being taught, or experiencing something.

To Study – to read, memorize facts, attend school, etc., in order to learn about a subject.

Therefore studying is one way to learn. This is why we can say “I studied but I didn’t learn anything”.

What is the difference between learn and study? | ABA English

読む人間から書く人間へ ― 清水幾太郎


― 清水幾太郎『論文の書き方』p8

“Community civics and rural life” (1920)

Image from page 320 of "Community civics and rural life" (1920)

Cooperation is the keynote of the community life. The realization of this cooperation is seen in the classrooms, in study halls, in the assembly room, in the corridors, on the playground. It manifests itself in the method of preparing and conducting recitations; in the care of school property; in protecting the rights of younger children; in maintaining the sanitary conditions of the building and grounds; in the elimination of cases of discipline and of irregularity of attendance; in the preparation and conduct of opening exercises, school entertainments, and graduating exercises; in beautifying the school grounds; in the making of repairs andequipment for our school; in fact, in every aspect of the school life.

“the Academy of Mount St. Vincent” (1884)

Image from page 34 of "A descriptive and historical sketch of the Academy of Mount St. Vincent on-the-Hudson, New York City. 1847-1884 .." (1884)

Ascending the broad staircase outside the folding-doors by which we gain admittance to the grand study hall, we find our-selves in the Music Hall, into which twenty-three distinct music-rooms open. The hall itself is about thirty feet by sixty, and serves admirably for rehearsals, musical readings, etc…

書くこと ― ジョルジュ・ペレック


― ジョルジュ・ペレック『さまざまな空間』p.199

今此の一院を建てて、普く瞳曚を濟はん ― 空海


― 空海『綜藝種智院の式』(文責:宇垣泰明氏