Émile; Or, Concerning Education; Extracts
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Émile; Or, Concerning Education; Extracts

By Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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  • Heath's Pedagogical Library—4
  • ÉMILE:
    • OR, CONCERNING EDUCATION
      • BY
      • JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
    • EXTRACTS
      • CONTAINING THE PRINCIPAL ELEMENTS OF PEDAGOGY FOUND IN THE FIRST THREE BOOKS; WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY
      • JULES STEEG, DÉPUTÉ, PARIS, FRANCE
        • TRANSLATED BY
      • ELEANOR WORTHINGTON
        • FORMERLY OF THE COOK COUNTY (ILL.) NORMAL SCHOOL
      • D. C. HEATH & CO., PUBLISHERS BOSTON — NEW YORK — CHICAGO
      • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
      • INTRODUCTION.
    • BOOK FIRST.
      • GENERAL REMARKS.
        • The Object of Education.
        • The New-born Child.
        • The Earliest Education.
        • Maxims to Keep us True to Nature.
        • Language.
    • BOOK SECOND.
      • Avoid taking too many Precautions.
        • Childhood is to be Loved.
        • Neither Slaves nor Tyrants.
        • Reasoning should not begin too soon.
        • Well-Regulated Liberty.
        • Proceed Slowly.
        • The Idea of Property.
        • Falsehood. The Force of Example.
        • Negative or Temporizing Education.
        • Concerning the Memory.
        • On the Study of Words.
        • Physical Training.
        • Clothing.
        • Sleep.
        • Exercise of the Senses.
        • The Sense of Touch.
        • The Sense of Sight.
        • Drawing.
        • Geometry.
        • Hearing.
        • The Voice.
        • The Sense of Taste.
        • Result. The Pupil at the Age of Ten or Twelve.
    • BOOK THIRD.
      • The Age of Study.
        • The Incentive of Curiosity.
        • Things Rather than their Signs.
        • Imparting a Taste for Science.
        • The Juggler.
        • Experimental Physics.
        • Nothing to be Taken upon Authority. Learning from the Pupil's own Necessities.
        • Finding out the East. The Forest of Montmorency.
        • Robinson Crusoe.
        • Judging from Appearances. The Broken Stick.
        • Result. The Pupil at the Age of Fifteen.
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