John Locke Philosophy of Education


John Locke was born on August 29, 1632 in Warrington, Somers County, southwest of England. His father was a lawyer and a small landlord. Very little about John Locke’s early education. However, at the age of 15 in 1647, the new Easter School in London.

Folk teaching in Westminster focused on Latin and Greek, and they began to learn Hebrew. He was a working boy and was elected to the King’s Scholarship in 1650. It gave her the opportunity to provide free accommodation within the school, as well as access to large scholarships at both Ford and Cambridge.

In 1652 Lok’s fitness was averted when he was selected for a £ 20 scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford. Locke’s formal course at Oxford included classics, rhetoric, logic, ethics and geometry, and he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1656.

Other subjects he studied were mathematics, astronomy, history, Hebrew, Arabic, natural philosophy, botany, chemistry, and medicine. In 1667, at the age of 35, Lock left Oxford University to take a position at the Earl of Shifts Barre’s house in Exeter House, London.

All of Lock’s published works, including those that were anonymously released, were sent to the Bodleian Library, Oxford. His work in the field of education is an essay on human comprehension, two steps of government, and some ideas about education.

Ideology knowledge

Thoughts come immediately from education. He was worried, but the most important thing was Lockie’s writings so far, and one that was of paramount importance for education, was the subject of human subjects.

The article began in 1671, when a group of five or six friends met to discuss a point of philosophy. The purpose of the folk was to examine the nature and breadth of human knowledge and the degree of consensus that should be given to any proposal.

Rejecting Locke’s natural ideas extends to moral principles as well
They were not universal, nor were God’s ideas. Ferences differ from differences in their abilities to know the difference in their experiences.

Unfortunately, the alternative image of folk mind is often interpreted as ‘white paper false’ which means all humans
K didn’t believe it, on the contrary, that he was conscious
The mental and physical abilities of different individuals and individuals limit their production rather than their upbringing.

Parents and children

Locke brought his ideas about such philosophy, psychology, Christianity and government into the field of education.

His medical knowledge
For children’s physical, mental and spiritual and good health. Cause for concern. He was not only the founder of experimental thinking, and with all the purpose of learning, but he could also be considered a pioneer of scientific psychology.

They believe in the importance of observing children, and exploring education according to their abilities. Above all, he was a firm believer in the power of education, though he was aware of the natural differences between individuals.

As he says in the first paragraph of thoughts: ‘Nine of the ten men we meet are educated, whether good or bad, useful or not.’

The opening phrase of the notion, ‘A good mind in a physical body is a brief but complete description of a happy state in this world’, is a reference to Jonal, and in fact it is given in
In a letter to Clark’s family before the first edition, and in the booklet, the book begins to relate to the health of the child.

In this regard, Lock’s suggestions were generally sensible, if at times a little louder, such as’ his thoughts on open air, exercise and plenty of sleep. Ordinary diet, alcohol or hard liquor, and little or no physical ‘, will usually be the command co-operation today.


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