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  1. 10. März 2008 · Search metadata Search text contents Search TV news captions Search radio transcripts ... Of the Conduct of the Understanding by John Locke. Publication date 1859 Collection europeanlibraries Book from the collections of Oxford Universit ...

  2. Of the Conduct of the Understanding is a text on clear and rational thought by John Locke, published in 1706, two years after the author's death, as part of Peter King's Posthumous Works of John Locke. It complements Locke's Some Thoughts Concerning Education, which explains how to educate children.

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    • Awnsham and John Churchill
  3. 7. Sept. 2011 · 1. Introduction .—The last resort a man has recourse to, in the conduct of himself, is his understanding: for though we distinguish the faculties of the mind, and give the supreme command to the will, as to an agent, yet the truth is, the man, who is the agent, determines himself to this or that voluntary action, upon some precedent knowledge ...

  4. 4. März 2022 · An illustration of text ellipses. More ... Of the conduct of the understanding by Locke, John, 1632-1704. Publication date 1993 Topics Intellect, Reasoning, Knowledge, Theory of, Comprehension Publisher Bristol, England : Thoemmes Press C ...

  5. Recommended edition: Some Thoughts Concerning Education, ed. Ruth Grant and Nathan Tarcov (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1996). Excerpt: The last resort a man has recourse to, in the conduct of himself, is his understanding: for though we distinguish the faculties of the mind, and give the supreme command to the will, as to an agent; yet the truth is, the man, who is the agent, determines himself to ...

  6. 9. Nov. 2022 · 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 Some Thoughts Concerning Education which explains how to educate children. The text was first published in 1706 as part of Peter King's Posthumous Works of John Locke.

  7. Of the Conduct of the Understanding, by John Locke. P. Schuurman. Abstract. The editor’s General Introduction is divided into two parts. The first part, ‘Context’, discusses Locke’s analysis of the nature of error, the causes of error and the prevention and cure of error in the Conduct.