The Educational Writings of John Locke: A Critical Edition with Introduction and Notes

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THE COLLATION

Explanation of Collation
The collation lists significant variations of words from the copy text. The copy text is that of the fifth English edition of 1705. (See Editorial Note to the text.)Entries are given as follows:
1. the page and line numbers, then the word or words affected, or guide words to the passage affected, then a square bracket.
2. after the square bracket, the variant reading or readings, separated by a semicolon, each followed by a symbol for its source or sources; or an explanation, such as 'added', followed by a symbol.
The symbols are as follows:
E1 means the reading of the 1st edition of 1693.
E3 means the reading of the 3rd edition of 1695.
E4 means the reading of the 4th edition of 1699.
E5 means the reading of the 5th edition of 1705.
If, for example, the symbol given for a variant reading is E3 alone, this means that the 1st, 4th and 5th editions all read the same way, and only the 3rd varies. If the symbol is E1-5, this means that all the editions read the same way, but that the word or words affected were changed by the editor (see above, p. 105). E1 (or E3 or E4) alone means that the affected words were added or altered in the very next edition, i.e. the 3rd (or the 4th or 5th).Epistle Dedicatory: 112, 27-8. set . . . Conditions,] help to promote that way in the several degrees of Men E1 only.
114, 6. will be] is E1. 7. Men's] Mens E1-5. 10. Men's] Mens E1-5; Constitutions] Constitution E5. 15. this Kind] these E1.
115, 20. all] added E3.
116, 5. at least] added E3. 18-117, 14.] added E3.
117, 26. Day] night E1-3.
118, 20-22. his Feet washed . . . Health] his Feet washed every Night in cold Water, both for Health and Cleanliness sake E1-3. 22-119, 9.] added E4. 27. big] high E5.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • NOTE ON REFERENCES TO SOURCES AND AUTHORITIES xv
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Book 3
  • 2 - The Tutor and his Pupils 18
  • 3 - The 'Education' in Context 49
  • 4 - Locke and Scientific Education 69
  • 5 - Pierre Coste and the European 'Education' 88
  • EEDITORIAL NOTE TO THE TEXT 105
  • Some Thoughts Concerning Education 114
  • The Collation 326
  • Appendixes 399
  • Bibliography 423
  • Index 437
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