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" None of the things they are to learn should ever be made a burden to them, or imposed on them as a task. Whatever is so proposed, presently becomes irksome : the mind takes an aversion to it, though before it were a thing of delight or indifferency. "
The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ... - Seite 61
von John Locke - 1812
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Some thoughts concerning education [by J. Locke.]. By J. Locke

John Locke - 1712
...pos'd on them as a Tajk. Whatever is fn propos'd, prefently becomes irkfbme; the Mind takes an Averfion to it, though before it were a Thing of Delight or Indifferency. Let a Child be but order'd to whip his Top at a certain Time every Day, whether he has or has not a Mind to it* let this...
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced ..., Band 1

Samuel Johnson - 1805
...support That larden, heavier than the earth to bear ? ParjJ'uc Lett, Кип« nf the things that arc to learn, should ever be made a burden to them, or imposed on them a* a task. Locke. IVat. Riddy, helpless, left alune, To all my friends a IntrJcn gro\Mb Swift. Z- A...
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The Works of John Locke, Band 9

John Locke - 1823
...and with them these few rules observed in the method of instructing them. _ . § 73- 1' None of the things they are to learn should ever be made a burden...child be but ordered to whip his top at a certain time every day, whether he has or has not a mind to it; let this be but required of him as a duty, wherein...
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The Works of John Locke, Band 9

John Locke - 1823 - 480 Seiten
...these few rules observed in the method of instructing them. § J3. 1. None of the things they are Tas]. to learn should ever be made a burden to them, or...child be but ordered to whip his top at a certain time every day, whether he has or has not a mind to it ; let this be but required of him as a duty, wherein...
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The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural ..., Band 3

William Holl, Neville Wood - 1836
...authority when reason alone would fail, I shall quote his words : — " None of the things they Qpupils] are to learn, should ever be made a burden to them,...to it, though before it were a thing of delight or indifference. Let a child be ordered to whip his top at a certain time every day, whether he has or...
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The Analyst: A Quarterly Journal of Science, Literature, Natural ..., Band 3

William Holl, Neville Wood - 1836
...authority when reason alone would fail, I shall quote his words : — " None of the things they QpupilsJ are to learn, should ever be made a burden to them,...to it, though before it were a thing of delight or indifference. Let a child be ordered to whip his top at a certain time every day, whether he has or...
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Papers ... Also the Results of the Statistical Enquiries of the Society, Band 2

Central Society of Education (London, England) - 1838
...down the rules of instruction to be pursued in order to effect this object, — as, that " none of the things they are to learn should ever be made a burden to them," — and that the " favourable seasons of aptitude and inclination" for their different studies should...
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First (-Third) publication

Central society of education - 1838
...down the rules of instruction to be pursued in order to effect this object,— as, that ",none of the things they are to learn should ever be made a burden to them, rt —and that the " favourable seasons of aptitude and inclination" for their different studies should...
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Prison Discipline: And the Advantages of the Separate System of ..., Band 2

John Field - 1848
...expressed. Speaking of a duly that must be fulfilled, he says, " It should not be made a burden or imposed as a task. Whatever is so proposed presently becomes...before it were a thing of delight or indifferency. * * * What men do cheerfully of themselves, do they not presently become sick of, and can no more endure...
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Meliora: or, Better times to come. Being the contributions of many men ...

Meliora - 1853
...philosophers alone, but men of common discernment at all times have observed, ' Whatever is imposed as a task presently becomes irksome : the mind takes an aversion...before it were a thing of delight or indifferency.'* And if this be indisputably the result when things indifferent, or even delightful, become matters...
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