Some Thoughts Concerning Education: Full and Fine 1693 Edition (Illustrated) by John Locke

Some Thoughts Concerning Education: Full and Fine 1693 Edition (Illustrated)

byJohn Locke

Kobo ebook | October 21, 2014

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John Locke was Isaac Newton’s best friend. As Newton developed Calculus and Law of Gravity, Locke built the foundation of modern liberalism, political theory, and economics.

Locke had a huge impact on the social contract and liberal theories and on the development of both epistemology and physical philosophy. American Declaration of Independence is strongly influenced by his ideology. His concepts of identity later influenced Rousseau and Voltaire along with many other Enlightenment scholars and American Revolutionaries.

Some Thoughts Concerning Education by John Locke was the most important work on education in England. It was translated into all of the European languages during the eighteenth century and prominent European writer on education after Locke including Jean-Jacques Rousseau acknowledged the influence of the book.

John Locke in the book explained how to educate young mind using three distinct methods: the development of a healthy body; the formation of a virtuous character; and the choice of an appropriate academic curriculum.

This is a must-read book for readers who are interested in deepest thoughts of educating great young minds by John Locke, one of the greatest tinkers on the planet.


Title:Some Thoughts Concerning Education: Full and Fine 1693 Edition (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 21, 2014Publisher:AS TeamLanguage:English

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