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Educational philosophy in the French enlightenment from nature to second nature

Title
Educational philosophy in the French enlightenment [electronic resource] : from nature to second nature / Natasha Gill.
ISBN
9781409406204 (electronic bk.)
1409406202 (electronic bk.)
9780754662891 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0754662896 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Published
Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2010.
Physical Description
1 online resource.
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Electronic reproduction. Ipswich, MA Available via World Wide Web.
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Format
Books / Online
Language
English
Added to Catalog
July 20, 2015
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-295) and index.
Contents
Locke's Educational Theory in Relation to his Philosophical and Political Thought
The Natural External : Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education
Locke : Father of Social Engineering or Champion of Liberty in Education?
Sources of French Educational Thought and the Legacy of the Jesuits
Childhood and Education in the Works of Claude Fleury, Charles Rollin, and Jean-Pierre de Crousaz
"The Limits of Reform" and the Concept of Utility in Fleury, Rollin, Crousaz, and Mme de Lambert
Educational Theory at Mid-century
Morelly and Individual Education : Essai sur l'esprit humain
Morelly and Social Education : Essai sur le coeur humain
Morelly and the Politicization of Education
The Scandal Over Helvetius's De l'Esprit and the Origins of the Helvetius-Rousseau Controversy
Helvetius's De l'Esprit : The Argument for Full Equality
Rousseau's Emile, Books I
III : Individual Education
Emile, Books IV
V, and Emile et Sophie, ou les solitaires : Social and Moral Education
The Expulsion of the Jesuits and the Educational Reformers of the 1760s
The Influence of Educational-Philosophical Concepts on the Reform Plans of the 1760s
Disciples and Critics : The Impact of French Enlightenment Educational Thought
Appendix 1. Rousseau's Appropriation of Morelly
Appendix 2. Helvetius's Critique of Rousseau's Educational Theory
Appendix 3. Education in the Encyclopedie.
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EBSCOhost Humanities, Social Sciences and Law 2015.
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