from An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1689)
NO INNATE SPECULATIVE PRINCIPLES.
1. The way shown how we come by any Knowledge, sufficient to prove it not innate.
It is an established opinion amongst some men, that there are in
English 80K: Childrens Literature
Prof. Joseph Lavery
Midterm Exam: due by 11.59pm, Friday March 27th
PART A: PASSAGES FOR CLOSE READING (50/100).
Write a paragraph or two of prose (1-2 pages total) offering a critical interpretation of the
from mile, or, On Education (1762)
We have now reached the second phase of life; infancy, strictly so-called, is over; for the
words infans and puer are not synonymous. The latter includes the former, which means