Of the Conduct of the Understanding

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Of the Conduct of the Understanding
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Title page from the first edition
Author John Locke
Country England
Language English
Subject Education and Philosophy
Publisher Awnsham and John Churchill
Publication date
1706

John Locke's Of the Conduct of the Understanding describes how to think clearly and rationally. It is a handbook for autodidacts. It complements Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education which explains how to educate children. The text was first published in 1706, two years after Locke's death, as part of Peter King's Posthumous Works of John Locke.

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