Emile, or On Education

Notes

  1. ^ Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. The Confessions. Trans. J.M. Cohen. New York: Penguin (1953), 529-30.
  2. ^ E. Montin, "Introduction to J. Rousseau's Émile: or, Treatise on education by Jean-Jacques Rousseau", William Harold Payne, transl. (D. Appleton & Co., 1908) p. 316.
  3. ^ Jean Bloch traces the reception of Emile in France, particularly among the revolutionaries, in his book Rousseauism and Education in Eighteenth-century France Oxford: Voltaire Foundation (1995).
  4. ^ William Boyd (1963). The Educational Theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau. Russell. p. 127. ISBN 978-0-8462-0359-9. 
  5. ^ Rousseau, responding in frustration to what he perceived as a gross misunderstanding of his text, wrote in Lettres de la montagne: "Il s'sagit d'un nouveau système d'èducation dont j'offre le plan à l'examen des sages, et non pas d'une méthode pour les pères et les mères, à laquelle je n'ai jamais songé". [It is about a new system of education, whose outline I offer up for learned scrutiny, and not a method for fathers and mothers, which I've never contemplated.] Qtd. in Peter Jimack, Rousseau: Émile. London: Grant and Cutler, Ltd. (1983), 47.
  6. ^ Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Emile. Trans. Allan Bloom. New York: Basic Books (1979), 6.
  7. ^ Jimack, 33.
  8. ^ Rousseau, Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Emile, or On Education. Trans. Allan Bloom. New York: Basic Books (1979), 37.
  9. ^ Rousseau, 39.
  10. ^ Roussesau, 40.
  11. ^ Rousseau, 47.
  12. ^ Rousseau, 46.
  13. ^ Jimack, 46-7.
  14. ^ Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (1979). translation and notes by Allan Bloom, ed. Emile or On Education. New York: Basic Books. pp. 202–207. ISBN 978-0465-01931-1. Retrieved 27 August 2012. 
  15. ^ Trouille, 16.
  16. ^ Rousseau, 203.
  17. ^ Rousseau, 222.
  18. ^ Rousseau, 259.
  19. ^ Rousseau, 313.
  20. ^ Rousseau, 314.
  21. ^ Rousseau, 358.
  22. ^ Rousseau, 358.
  23. ^ Patrick J. Deneen, The Odyssey of Political Theory, pp. 145. Google Books
  24. ^ Rousseau, Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Emilius and Sophia; or, The Solitaries. London: Printed by H. Baldwin. (1783), 31.
  25. ^ Rousseau, Émile et Sophie, 46.
  26. ^ Rousseau, Émile et Sophie, 58.
  27. ^ Jimack, 37.
  28. ^ https://www.academia.edu/3753090/_Re_visiting_Emile_after_marriage_the_importance_of_an_appendix
  29. ^ Will Durant (1967). The Story of Civilization Volume 10:Rousseau and Revolution. pp. 190–191. 
  30. ^ Will Durant (1967). The Story of Civilization Volume 10:Rousseau and Revolution. p. 889. 

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