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" I do not doubt but it is, viz. that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than to any thing else ; we have reason to conclude, that great care is to be had of the forming children's minds, and... "
Some Thoughts Concerning Education: By John Locke, Esq - Página 34
por John Locke - 1779 - 319 páginas
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Some thoughts concerning education [by J. Locke.]. By J. Locke

John Locke - 1712
...Appetite lean the other Way. is owing more to their Education, than to any Thingelfe, wehaveReafbn to conclude, that great Care is to be had of the forming Childrens Minds, and giving them that Seafoning earl/, which fhall influence their Lives always after:...
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The Gentleman's Library: Containing Rules for Conduct in All Parts of Life ...

Gentleman - 1744 - 440 páginas
...but what may be iuitable to the Dignity and Excellency of a rational Creature. As the Difference to be found in the Manners and Abilities of Men, is owing...conclude, that great Care is to be had of the forming Childrens Minds, and giving them that Seafoning early, which fhall influence their Lives always after....
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The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author ..., Volumen9

John Locke - 1812
...the beginning of this dis. course be true, as I do not doubt but it is, viz. that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men, is owing more to their education than to any thing else ; we have reason to conclude, that great care is to be had of the forming children's minds, and...
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The Works of John Locke, Volumen9

John Locke - 1823
...in the beginning of this discourse be true, as I do not doubt but it is, viz. that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than to any thing else ; we have reason to conclude, that great care is to be had of the forming children's minds, and...
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The Works of John Locke, Volumen9

John Locke - 1823
...manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than to any thing else ; we have reason to conclude, that great care is to be had of the forming children's minds, and giving them that seasoning early, which shall influence their lives always after. For when they do well or ill, the...
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Essay on instinct, and its physical and moral relations

Thomas Hancock - 1824 - 551 páginas
...should manifest the leant variety, conformably to what he says afterwards, " that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than to any thing else." Is there not, here, some appearance of contradiction ? Now, with regard to the second point,...
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The Works of John Locke: Some thoughts concerning education. An examination ...

John Locke - 1824
...manners and abilities of men, is owing more to their education than to any thing else; we have reason to conclude, that great care is to be had of the; forming children's minds,jind giving them that seasoning early, which shall influence their lives always after. For when...
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The Millennial Harbinger, Volumen5

Alexander Campbell, Charles Louis Loos - 1841
...attempt to explain to you its full meaning." "A great man, (Mr. Locke,) said that 'the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men, is owing more to their education than any thing else.' Now, as you are acquainted with men who have never seen the inside of a College, and...
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Means and Ends, Or, Self-training

Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1839 - 278 páginas
...attempt to explain to you its full meaning. " A great man, Mr. Locke, said, ' that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than any thing else.' Now, as you are all acquainted with men who have never seen the inside of a college,...
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The Village Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools

George Merriam - 1841 - 300 páginas
...merely that he has been through college." 8. " A great man, Mr. Locke, said, ' that the difference to be found in the manners and abilities of men is owing more to their education than any thing else.' Now, as you are all acquainted with men who have never seen the inside of a college,...
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