Émile

Émile
Title Émile PDF eBook
Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher
Total Pages 168
Release 1888
Genre Education
ISBN

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Emile, Or Treatise on Education

Emile, Or Treatise on Education
Title Emile, Or Treatise on Education PDF eBook
Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher
Total Pages 378
Release 2018-08-27
Genre Education
ISBN 9781387779710

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Emile, or On Education, examines the nature of education and of man, instructing the reader on how to raise a child to live a harmonious, philosophically rich life. Written in an order of the child's upbringing, the text discusses how best to teach a young person values which they can take to their ultimate benefit. The titular 'Emile' is the name of child who undergoes such tutoring. In praising the ideas of earlier thinkers, Rousseau compliments physical education and the honing of intellect, emphasizing that the child must not learn simply from books, but also from venturing out and experiencing the tangible world and reality before them. One portion of the text is notable for what were then considered stark criticisms of religion and philosophy. As a result, Emile was banned in France and elsewhere at the time of publication. The famously derisive Voltaire condemned most of the book, but praised the portion which resulted in its banning - Profession of Faith of the Savoyard Vicar.

Emile, Or, On Education

Emile, Or, On Education
Title Emile, Or, On Education PDF eBook
Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher UPNE
Total Pages 809
Release 2010
Genre Education
ISBN 1584656778

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The acclaimed series The Collected Writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau concludes with a volume centering on Emile (1762), which Rousseau called his “greatest and best book.” Here Rousseau enters into critical engagement with thinkers such as Locke and Plato, giving his most comprehensive account of the relation between happiness and citizenship, teachers and students, and men and women. In this volume Christopher Kelly presents Allan Bloom’s translation, newly edited and cross-referenced to match the series. The volume also contains the first-ever translation of the first draft of Emile, the “Favre Manuscript,” and a new translation of Emile and Sophie, or the Solitaries. The Collected Writings of Rousseau Roger D. Masters and Christopher Kelly, series editors 1. Rousseau, Judge of Jean-Jacques: Dialogues 2. Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (First Discourse) and Polemics 3. Discourse on the Origins of Inequality (Second Discourse) Polemics, and Political Economy 4. Social Contract, Discourse on the Virtue Most Necessary for a Hero, Political Fragments, and Geneva Manuscript 5. The Confessions and Correspondence, Including the Letters to Malesherbes 6. Julie, or the New Heloise: Letters of Two Lovers Who Live in a Small Town at the Foot of the Alps 7. Essay on the Origin of Languages and Writings Related to Music 8. The Reveries of the Solitary Walker, Botanical Writings, and Letter to Franquières 9. Letter to Beaumont, Letters Written from the Mountain 10. Letter to D’Alembert and Writings for the Theater 11. The Plan for Perpetual Peace, On the Government of Poland, and Other Writings on History and Politics 12. Autobiographical, Scientific, Religious, Moral, and Literary Writings 13. Emile or On Education (Includes Emile and Sophie; or The Solitaries)

New Learning

New Learning
Title New Learning PDF eBook
Author Mary Kalantzis
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Total Pages 369
Release 2012-06-29
Genre Education
ISBN 1107644283

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Fully updated and revised, the second edition of New Learning explores the contemporary debates and challenges in education and considers how schools can prepare their students for the future. New Learning, Second Edition is an inspiring and comprehensive resource for pre-service and in-service teachers alike.

Rousseau on Education, Freedom, and Judgment

Rousseau on Education, Freedom, and Judgment
Title Rousseau on Education, Freedom, and Judgment PDF eBook
Author Denise Schaeffer
Publisher Penn State Press
Total Pages 242
Release 2015-06-13
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 0271064463

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In Rousseau on Education, Freedom, and Judgment, Denise Schaeffer challenges the common view of Rousseau as primarily concerned with conditioning citizens’ passions in order to promote republican virtue and unreflective patriotism. Schaeffer argues that, to the contrary, Rousseau’s central concern is the problem of judgment and how to foster it on both the individual and political level in order to create the conditions for genuine self-rule. Offering a detailed commentary on Rousseau’s major work on education, Emile, and a wide-ranging analysis of the relationship between Emile and several of Rousseau’s other works, Schaeffer explores Rousseau’s understanding of what good judgment is, how it is learned, and why it is central to the achievement and preservation of human freedom. The model of Rousseauian citizenship that emerges from Schaeffer’s analysis is more dynamic and self-critical than is often recognized. This book demonstrates the importance of Rousseau’s contribution to our understanding of the faculty of judgment, and, more broadly, invites a critical reevaluation of Rousseau’s understanding of education, citizenship, and both individual and collective freedom.

Emile

Emile
Title Emile PDF eBook
Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher The Floating Press
Total Pages 1026
Release 2009-01-01
Genre Literary Collections
ISBN 1877527882

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Rousseau wrote about the difficulty of being a good individual within an inherently corrupting collectivity: society. Emile deals specifically with education, and outlines a system which would allow for human goodness. He uses the fictional story of Emile and his tutor to outline his ideas. The book was banned and publicly burned on its publication, but became a European bestseller and provided a basis for new education systems.

Emile

Emile
Title Emile PDF eBook
Author Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com
Total Pages 538
Release 2006-11
Genre
ISBN 1425042090

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Sub-divided into five books, it describes the education and training of a young boy Emile during various stages of his life. Rousseau as his tutor teaches him the way to good living through education. the final book deals with the issues of female education. Even today it is one of the most widely read books on the subject of education. Enlightening!