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LOCKE, John (1632--1704)
Some thoughts concerning education. The third edition enlarged.
London: printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1695.
[8], 374, [2] p. ; 17.3 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. 'Epistle Dedicatory' signed by John Locke, dated 7 March 1692. First published in July 1693, with a second virtually identical edition appearing in the same year. The present edition contains substantial new material. The purpose of education for Locke was to encourage virtue by practising self-control. ESTC r816; Wing L2763; Alston X.112; J.C. Attig, The works of John Locke: a comprehensive bibliography (Westport, Ct.; London, 1985), no. 524.

Copy Notes Inscribed in ink on dedication: Eliz: Fleetwood.

Binding C17th sprinkled calf, blind-ruled spine, paper spine-label lettered in ink 'Locke / on / Education'.

Reference Number 732


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