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" ... rebukes, and so lessen their authority. And here is another great inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with, amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such conversation : for... "
The works of John Locke. To which is added the life of the author and a ... - Seite 52
von John Locke - 1812
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education

John Locke - 1902 - 240 Seiten
...they take off the Edge and Force of the the ill Examples which they meet with amongst the meaner __ _ They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauch'd Servants such Language, untowardly Tricks and Vices, as otherwise they possibly ; would be...
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The Complete Novels, Band 4

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...convenience, which children receive from the ill examples ' which they meet with from the meaner servants. They are 'wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...contagion of these ill precedents, both in civility and vir' tue, horribly infects children as often as they come within ' the reach of it. They frequently...
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Pamela, Or Virtue Rewarded, Band 4

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...precedents, both in civility and virtue, horribly infects children as often as they come within the reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or...language, untowardly tricks and vices, as otherwise they would be ignorant of all their lives. 'Tis a hard matter wholly to prevent this mischief,' continues...
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English Philosophers of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

1910 - 445 Seiten
...inconvenience which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred or debauch'd servants such language, untowardly tricks and vices, as otherwise they possibly would be...
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The Educational Writings of John Locke

John Locke - 1912 - 272 Seiten
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with, amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...learn from unbred or debauched servants such language, imtowardly tricks and vices, as otherwise they possibly would be ignorant of, all their lives. 69....
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Sadoleto on Education: A Translation of the De Pueris Recte Instituendis

Jacopo Sadoleto - 1916 - 141 Seiten
...it in her arms to the Church 2 and her services, and also to visit 1 Cf. Locke, Thoughts, p. 45 : ' They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...Vices as otherwise they possibly would be ignorant of ah 1 their lives.' 2 Plato, Laws, vii. 794 : 'And all the children who are between the ages of three...
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Toward a New Sociology of Education

John Beck - 1978 - 569 Seiten
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with, among the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...within reach of it. They frequently learn from unbred and debauched servants such language, untowardly tricks and vices, as otherwise they would possibly...
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Some Thoughts Concerning Education: And, Of the Conduct of the Understanding

John Locke, Ruth Weissbourd Grant, Nathan Tarcov - 1996 - 227 Seiten
...inconvenience which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with amongst the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...possibly would be ignorant of all their lives. §69. 'Tis a hard matter wholly to prevent this mischief. You will have very good luck if you never have...
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Language in History: Theories and Texts

Tony Crowley - 1996 - 215 Seiten
...constituted one specific source of concern. Locke warned against intercourse between children and servants: They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...precedents, both in civility and virtue, horribly affects children, as often as they come within reach of it. They frequently learn, from such unbred...
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Youth and the Social Order, Band 147

Frank Musgrove - 2003 - 168 Seiten
...inconvenience, which children receive from the ill examples which they meet with, among the meaner servants. They are wholly, if possible, to be kept from such...contagion of these ill precedents, both in civility and 1 See Joseph Priestley, Ohservations on Education (1788), p. 53, George Chapman, Treatise on Education...
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