Some Thoughts Concerning Education

Some Thoughts Concerning Education

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by John Locke
     
 

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TO EDWARD CLARKE, of Chipley, Esq.

SIR:THESE thoughts concerning education, which now come abroad into the world, do of right belong to you, being written several years since for your sake, and are no other than what you have already by you in my letters. I have so little vary'd any thing, but only the order of what was sent you at different times, and on

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TO EDWARD CLARKE, of Chipley, Esq.

SIR:THESE thoughts concerning education, which now come abroad into the world, do of right belong to you, being written several years since for your sake, and are no other than what you have already by you in my letters. I have so little vary'd any thing, but only the order of what was sent you at different times, and on several occasions, that the reader will easily find, in the familiarity and fashion of the stile, that they were rather the private conversation of two friends, than a discourse design'd for publick view.

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