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Loose hints upon education, chiefly concerning the culture of the heart

Henry Home Lord Kames

Loose hints upon education, chiefly concerning the culture of the heart

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Published by printed for John Bell; and John Murray, London in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3864, no. 12.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxi,[1],381,[3]p.
Number of Pages381
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16991284M

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This book provides instruction for the proper education of children for the purpose of social improvement and happiness. The full title of this volume is LOOSE HINTS UPON EDUCATION, CHIEFLY CONCERNING THE CULTURE OF THE HEART.

Loose Hints upon Education, Chiefly Concerning the Culture of the Heart, second edition (enlarged), ocasional soiling, library label on rear paste-down (front one removed), contemporary calf, rebacked, 8vo, Edinburgh, John Bell, and London, George Robinson and John Murray, ×. Loose Hints upon Education, Chiefly Concerning the Culture of the Heart, first edition, without final advertisement leaf, bookplate of Thomas Llewelyn, uncut in contemporary vellum-edged marbled boards, rebacked in calf, 8vo, Edinburgh, John Bell, ×.

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Lord Kames, in his Loose hints upon education, chiefly concerning the culture of the heart regretted that earlier educational theorists, with the partial exception of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, had tended to focus on the head at the expense of the heart: ‘From Aristotle down to Locke, books without number have been composed for cultivating and Cited by: Loose Hints upon Education, Chiefly Concerning the Culture of the Heart W George Washington owned this instructional book on the proper education of children.

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Book Description. This thirteen-volume set includes the following: Essays on the Principles of Morality and Natural Religion; Introduction to the Art of Thinking; Elements of Criticism (2 volumes); Sketches of the History of Man (4 volumes); Loose Hints upon Education, Chiefly Concerning the Culture of the Heart; Elucidations respecting the Common and Statute Law of Scotland; Essays upon.

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Bell, G. Robinson and J. Murray, ), – Like Gregory, Kames echoed Rousseau’s Emile (book V) on the practical education that best suited her nature.

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