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Some Thoughts Concerning Education, John Locke

“Men’s happiness or misery is most part of their own making,” wrote John Locke (1632 – 1704), an English philosopher, enlightener, and a politician, one of the founders of the empirical-sensational theory of perception. He took the liberty of disputing the theory of innate ideas, and in 1693 his book opposed it to the concept of experience as the basis for knowledge. It has become one of the bases for the today’s system of educational concepts. Tastefully designed deluxe edition of “Some Thoughts Concerning Education” will become a table-top book for educators and psychologists.

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Language: Russian
Number of copies: 100 numbered copies
Format: 155 x 225 mm
Paper: designer paper (Holland, France)
Features: silk ribbon bookmark, manual-weaved tailband, gilt edge
Binding: genuine leather, handmade using classical old-school technology
Country of production: Russia
Age restrictions: 12+