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Studies in the history of educational opinion from the Renaissance

Author: Simon Somerville Laurie
Publisher: Cambridge, University Press, 1903.
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Genre/Form: History
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Laurie, Simon Somerville, 1829-1909.
Studies in the history of educational opinion from the Renaissance.
Cambridge, University Press, 1903
(OCoLC)647668298
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Simon Somerville Laurie
OCLC Number: 2178387
Description: vi, 261 pages 19 cm
Contents: I. The renaissance, 1320-1600. II. The renaissance and the school-first period (1320-1450) Vittorino da Feltre, 1378-1446. III. The second period of the renaissance (1450-1600): Trotzendorf; Sturm; Neander. IV. Universities. v. "The governour," by Sir Thomas Elyot;?1490-1546. VI. Rabelais: monk, physician, curé of Meudon. 1483 -1553. Note on Erasmus, 1466-1536. VII. Roger Ascham, the humanist; 1515-1568. VIII. The Jesuits. Order founded 1534. IX. Montaigne, the French rationalist, 1533-1592.-The modern period, from 1600 A.D.X. Francis Bacon, 1561-1626. XI. Comenius, the sense-encyclopaedist and founder of method; 1592-1671. XII. John Milton, the classical encyclopaedist; 1608-1674. XIII. John Locke, the English rationalist, 1632-1704. XIV. John Locke, continued. XV. John Locke, concluded. "The conduct of the understanding." XVI. Herbert Spencer, the modern sense-realist.
Responsibility: [by] S.S. Laurie.

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