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

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INDEX
Acsdémie. Française, 301 n.
Accounts, 268, 319-21, 356-7
Aesop's Fables, 259-60, 271, 298, 349- 50, 364; Locke's edition of, 260 n., 271 n.
Affectation, 160-1
Air, open, 121
Alford, John, 41, 154 n.
Allestree, Richard, 197 n., 411 n.
Anatomy, 396
Argens, Marquis d', 97
Aristotle, 42, 59, 196, 196 n., 199 n., 305, 305 n.; Locke's knowledge of, 30-1, 33, 38; recommended, 395-6, 403
Arithmetic, 289-90
Association of ideas, 55-6, 149-50, 150 n., 367, 415-16
Aubrey, John, 20 n., 21
Awe, 146-7, 274
Bacon, Francis, 73-4, 296 n., 360, 403
Banks, Caleb, 47, 63
Barbeyrac, Jean, 92
Bates, Susan, 23
Baxter, Richard, 78
Bayle, Pierre, 86 n., 88-9, 92, 115 n., 117 n., 189 n., 404, 404 n.
Bed, 133
Beer, stroll, 128-9
Bentley, Richard, 80
Berkeley, Sir Charles, 40-1
Berkeley, George, 273 n., 291 n.
Bible, morality, 395, 400; reading of, 260-2, 302-3, 351
Bold, Samuel, 397
Boyle, Robert, 70, 71, 80 n., 81, 83-4, 129 n., 156 n., 199 n., 289 n., 305 n., 306, 312 n., 321 n., 360
Brady, Dr Robert, 400 n., 401
Breeding, 190-2, 245-53
Bright, Timothy, 265 n.
Brinsley, John, 26
Brokesby, Francis, 190 n., 268 n., 270 n., 325 n.
Browne, Thomas, 122 n., 124 n., 125 n., 273 n., 410 n.
Brownover, Sylvanus, 6, 9
Burgersdicius (Franco Burgersdijk), 199, 199 n.
Burnet, Gilbert, 151 n., 183 n., 403
Burnet, Thomas, 303 n.
Busby, Richard, 21-3, 24 n., 25
Calling, gentleman's, 112, 197, 314-15, 382, 398, 411
Cambridge Platonists, 262 n., 305 n.
Castellio, Sebastian, 189, 189 n.
Catechism, 262, 262 n.
Cervantes, Miguel de, 403
Charity schools, 262 n.
Chemistry, 41, 396
Chiding, see Punishment
Children, discovery of, 63-4; Locke's attitude toward, 64-5, 145, 151, 156-7, 164, 171, 181, 203, 229, 256, 273, 275
Chillingworth, William, 296, 296 n., 399
Chinese feet, 124, 124 n.
Christ Church College, Oxford, 22; fellowships, 34, 36, 46; Locke at, 27 f.; reputation, 27; tutors, 28 n., 29-30, 39, 42
Chronology, 292-4, 378-9, 394-5, 401
Churchill, Awnsham, Locke's publisher, 13, 15 nn., 402
Cicero, Marcus Tullius (Tully), 294, 294 n., 296, 296 n., 298-9, 360, 395, 399, 400
Cincinnatus, 316
Civility, 162, 171, 190, 250, 373
Clarendon Code, 197 n.
Clarke, Edward, 316 n.; and genesis of Education, 4 f., 53; Locke's correspondence to, App. 1 passim, 21-2, 271 n.
Clarke, Edward, Jr., 319 n.; sauntering humour of, 21, 388-91; subject of Education, 4 f.
Clarke, Mrs Edward, 8; hypochonchondriacal, 137 n.; letter to Locke, 5; Locke's letter to on female education, 137 n., 344-6
Clarke, Elizabeth, Locke's 'little mistress', 8
Clarke, John, 168 n., 267 n.
Clavel, Roger, 397
Cloacina, Madam, 135
Clothes, 125-4, 141
Coats (petticoats), 124, 124 n., 255
Cockering, 116, 159, 342
Cold water bathing, 117-21
Cole, Thomas, 28 n., 30

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