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of Education. London.

35. Spencer. Education : Intellectual, Moral, and Physical. N. Y.

36. Rousseau, Emile. Extracts. Boston.

37. Blackie. Four Phases of Morals. N. Y.

38. Aristotle. The Politics and Economics. London.

39. Craik. The State in its Relation to Education. London.

40. Cousin. Report on the State of Public Instruction in Prussia

41. Gill. Systems of Education. Boston.

42. Souquet. Les Ecrivains Pedagogues du XVI e Siecle. Paris.

43. Mann. Lectures on Education. Boston.

44. Quintilian. Institutes of Oratory. London.

45. Plato. The Republic and the Laws. London.

46. Xenophon. The Memorabilia of Socrates. N. Y.

47. Plutarch. Morals. Boston.

48. MacAlister. Montaigne on Education. Boston.



53.


Milton.


54.


Fenelon.


55.


Fenelon.


56.


Martin.


57.


Jacotot.


58.


Adams.



APPENDIX. 575

40. Pestalozzi. Leonard and Gertrude. Boston.

50. Neeker de Saussure. Education Progressive. Paris.

51. Cochin. Pestalozzi: sa Vie, ses (Euvres, ses Methodes.

Paris.

52. Coinpavre. Cours de Pe'dagogie. Paris.
Tractate on Education. Cambridge.

Fables. Paris.

The Education of a Daughter. Dublin.
Les Doctrines Pedagogiques des Grecs. Paris.
Enseignement Universel. Paris.
The Free School System of the United States.
London.
59. Conrad. The German Universities for the last Fifty Years.

Glasgow .
00. Capes. University Life in Ancient Athens. N. Y.
61. Mahaffy. Old Greek Education.

02. Chassiotis. L'lnstruction Publique chez les Grecs. Paris.
63. Spiers. School System of the Talmud. London.
(>\. Simon. [/Education et l'lnstruction des Enfants chez les

Anciens Juifs. Paris.
0.">. Edgeworth. Practical Education. N. Y.

Note. — For other supplementary works, and for a more com-
plete description of the books in the above list, consult the llibliog
raphy of (i. Stanley Hall (Boston : D. C. Heath & Co.).



INDEX.



Abelard, 75.

Academy, 22; French, 219, 301, 386.

Achilles, 46.

Activity, 57, 72, 92, 93, 171, 191,

207, 461, 476 ; categories of, 542 ;

the divine, 454 ; industrial, 544.
Adalberic, 68.
Adaptation, 27, 31, 79, 90, 92, 158,

200, 294, 323, 329, 354, 461, 530,

553.
Adele and Th€odore, of Madame de

Genlis, 480.
Age, for public instruction, 11, 14,

15, 19, 31, 32, 34, 38, 49, 50, 55,

287, 323, 347, 348.
Agricola, Rudolph, 87.
Agriculture, 420.
Ahriman, 14.

Aix-la-Chapelle, Council of, 73.
Alcuin, 72.

Alexander. 11, 36, 294.
Alexander, 118.
Alfred the Great, 73.
All is in All, 527.
Amusements, 33, 94, 96, 98, 118,

119, 146, 161, 248, 294, 306, 348

458, 460.
Amyot, 53, 54.
Analysis, 22, 2:'., 32, 42, 96, 188, 284,

314, 558.
Anselm, Saint, 76, 77, 119.
Antiquity, education in, 1-16, 18,

37, 320.
Arabic, 102.
Arabs, 77.



Arbogast, 393, 394,

Argovia, 418, 438.

Argument, 19, 52, 74, 80, 145.

Aristophanes, 20, 87.

Aristotle, 10, 11, 22, 42, 46, 52, 59,
00, 74, 321 ; plan of education,
36-41 ; of music, 20, 39.

Arithmetic, 76, 80, 98, 114, 129, 205,
268, 269, 441 ; moral, 471.

Arnauld,154; General Grammar,155.

Art, 30, 31, 60, 116, 179, 309, 310,
327, 546; of education, 22, 39, 00,
85, 91, 122, 310, 470 ; industrial,
331, 351, 384, 528, 545; of creat-
ing thought, 23, 91, 156, 157, 315,
316, 471.

Artisans, 15, 28, 40, 98, 118, 134,
135, 209, 300, 505.

Arts, Faculty of, 233, 234, 321, 341,
512 ; the Seven Liberal, 75, 119.

Asceticism, 4, 63, 65, 60, 100, 161,
259, 260.

Assembly, Constituent, 371, 372,
390, 395; Legislative, 371, 373,
390; National, 369, 391.

Assistant, 10, 131, 207, 327, 424.

A st n nioiny, 6, 11, 32, 71, 74, 7G, 98,
129, 157, 205.

Athens, education at, 17, 40, 43.

Atlantic Monthly, 310.

d'Aubigne, 53.

Augustine, Saint, 47, 64, 68, 71,
219, 225.

Augustus, 46, 47.

Aurelius, Marcus, 53, 58.



578



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Austria, 405.

Authority, 15, 74, 81, 110, 122, 136,

172, 191, 264, 309, 518, 528, 532 ;

basis of, 13, 32, 74, 149, 161.
Auxerre, 342.
Avignon, 139, 263.

Bacon, 32, 123, 124, 133, 136, 192,

211.
Bain, 124, 194, 538, 556-563 ; errors

of, 559-563.
Barraud, 434.
Barrere, 397.
Barriere, 485.
Basedow, 414.
Basil, Saint, 64.
Bausset, Cardinal de, 178.
Bauzen, 537.

Beauty. 30, 31, 84, 98, 546.
Beauvilliers, 165, 166.
Beckx, 142, 145.
Belief, 74, 143, 191, 304, 381.
Bell, Andrew, 6, 513-517.
Belles-lettres, 113, 150, 152, 236, 321,

322, 324, 404.
Benedict, Saint, 69.
" Benedictines, 68, 76, 279.
Bentham, Chrestomathia, 100, 519,

562.
Berlin, 451, 464.
Bernardin de Saint Pierre, 394.
Bersot, 149, 534.
Bert, Paul, 395.
Berthollet, 405.

Burgdorf, 419, 420, 433, 456, 457.
Be'rulle, 150.
Bias, 32.
Bible, 7, 05, 81, 86, 99, 113, 120,

248, 304, 324, 342, 420.
Billom, College of, 141.
Bills, Educational, 390-411, 509-

512, 519-525.



Birr, 438.

Blackie, Four Phases of Morals, 21,
Blankenburg, 457, 463.
Boarding-schools, 282, 327, 397, 433,

485.
Body, 28, 29, 33, 38, 65, 94, 196-199,

292-315 ; exercises for, 18, 19, 28.

94, 135, 289-292.
Boeotia, 53.
Bohemia, 125.
Boileau, 182, 219, 243.
Bonneval, 283.

Book for Mothers, Pestalozzi's, 431.
Books, 70, 86, 105, 132, 240, 298,

369, 393, 528; use of, 106, 107,

218, 298, 352, 429, 441, 516, 564.
Bossuet, 141, 182-185, 243.
Boufflers, Marquis de, 148.
Bouquier, 379, 391, 400; Law of,

400, 401.
Bourgogne, 366 ; Duke of, 166,

177-182.
Boys, education of, 6, 8, 34, 48, 54,

94, 114, 284-302, 398.
Boze, de, 243.
Brahmins, 4, 5.
Bre'al, Michel, 113, 343, 534.
Bretagne, 344.

Brethren of Saint Charles, 255.
Brethren of the Christian Schools,

112, 138, 147, 253-277, 353, 365,

513, 515.
Brinon, Madame de, 228.
Browning, 54.
Brugg, 418, 438.
Buddha, 4.
Buisson, Dictionnaire de Pe'dayogie,

13, 130, 369.
"Bureau of Correspondence," 358.
Burnier, 163.

Burnouf, Histoire du Bouddhismc, 5.
Buss, 428.



INDEX.



579



Cabanis, 369.

Cabet, 527.

Cabinet, school, 385.

Cabinet of du Mas, 239.

Cadet, 240.

Cajsar, 51, 106.

Caesar de Bus, 139.

Cajet, Dom Joseph, 280.

Calvin, 113.

Cambridge, University of, 77.

Campan. Madame, 485-487.

Campe, 415.

Campus Martius, 44.

Carnot, 501, 521, 524.

Carre', 153.

Carthage, 105.

( !aste, 2, 14, 15, 16, 28, 33, 42, 143,

256, 564.
Casuistry, 65, 67, 343.
Catechism, 44, 81, 113, 272, 321,

30S. 364.
Catherine II., of Russia, 320.
Catholicism, 1 -VJ, 253-277.
Cavern, Plato's, 32,
Centralization, 358, 361, 386, 395,

396, 512; opposed, 372.
Central Schools, 407.
Ceremonies, 12, 30, 36, 146, 199,

287, 393.
Chaillot, 504.
Chaldee, 95.
Chance, 328, 329.
Channing, 59, 170, 563-565.
Character, 490, 497.
Charicles, 25.
Charity, '■">', 01, 281; condemned,

29, 153.
Charlemagne, 7 1 7."., 106.
Charles the Bold, 68, 73.
Charron, Wisdom, 110.
Chastanier, 20:',.
Chateaubriand, 24 5, 511.



Chevalier de la Tour-Landry, 79.
Child, 38, 39, 46, 79, 169, 195, 196 ;
age for study, 11, 39, 49, 287;
development of, 31, 38, 50, 195,
455, 456, 498; education of, 40,
48, 80, 86, 103, 107, 122, 129, 1 53,
169, 237, 240, 284-304, 318, 420,
442, 501-504, 520-525 ; etiquette,
88, 89, 199, 270 ; inclination of,
3, 33, 79, 159, 169, 207, 257, 291,
333, 334, 340, 454, 460, 492, 547,
549 ; indulgence of, 50, 172, 173,
200, 551 ; moral protection of,
39, 49, 50, 78, 88, 173, 248, 470-
475 ; punishment of, 6, 7, 12, 33,
70, 77, 78, 102, 271-276, 551 ; the
property of the State, 27, 397, 398.

Chinese, 11-13; civil service of, 16.

Chrice, 51.

Christian Doctrine, The Order of
the, 139.

Christianity, 8, 61, 116, 174, 228,
248, 304.

Christian Marriage, of Erasmus, 90.

Christians, The Early, 61-07.

Chrysale, 212, 213.

Chrysippus, 48, 51.

Church, The, 68, 69, 81, 139, 233,
319, 330, 365, 371, 413.

Cicero, 46, 47, 70, 95, 101.

Cieeromania, 85.

Circular of Guizot, 521.

Citharist, 20.

Civil Government, 360, 374, 400, 489.

Clarke, 196.

Classes, 207, 501;

Cleanliness, 05, 90, 93, 94.

Clergy, 103, 164.

Clermont, 141.

Cloister, 66, 69, 217, 346.

Co-education, 128, 231, 256, 369,
378, 398.



580



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Colleges, 85, 141, 233, 234, 237, 249,
321, 382, 512.

Colloquy of the Abbe, of Erasmus,
90.

Comedy, 30, 39.

Comenius, 100, 112, 118, 121-130,
155, 282, 415, 457.

Communication, 13, 53, 106 ; lack
of, 70, 161, 217, 266; of knowl-
edge, 41, 53, 71, 113, 131, 147,
565.

Compayre, 190, 194, 203, 309, 336,
389, 568.

Compulsion, 120, 136, 182, 255, 263,
321, 370, 387, 397, 398, 400, 523,
533.

Comte, 322, 323, 529-531.

Conde', 141,

Condillac, 124, 194, 312-319, 340,
403,534; Grammaire, 124.

Condorcet, 282, 323, 379-389, 392,
397, 407.

Conduct of Schools, La Salle's,
262-276.

Confucius, 12.

Conjugal Precepts, Plutarch's, 55.

Conscience, 24, 57, 58, 61, 105, 163,
200, 201, 303, 330, 424, 522, 543.

Conside'rant, Victor, 528.

Constituent Assembly,372, 390,395.

Construction, 459, 461, 499.

Convention, The, 390-411.

Convents, 62-70, 214-218, 378, 485.

Conversation, 106, 205, S99 ; with
Aristodemus, 26 ; Art of, 22, 106,
107 ; of Buddha and Purna, 4, 5.

Conversations, of Madame de Main-
tenon, 222-229.

Cordova, 77.

Coriolanus, 45.

Corneille, 141, 213.

Cornelia, 45.



Corporal punishment, 6, 7, 8, 12,
33, 51, 76, 77, 78, 102, 147, 148,
152, 160, 202, 203, 251, 271-276,
336, 551.

Coste, P., 196.

Cotton, Montaigne, 102.

Council of Carthage, 64.

Council of public instruction, 359,
369, 392, 396.

Councils-General, 392, 509.

Counsels to her Daughter, of Madame
de Lambert, 176.

Courage, 15, 18, 36, 294, 522.

Cournot, 534.

Coitrseq/"£W,y,Condillac's,214-219.

Courses for adults, 383, 384.

Courses of study, 321, 326, 348,365,
377, 383, 398, 402, 472, 486,
520-525, 559.

Courtalon, 404.

Cousin, 156, 523, 533.

Coustel, Education of Children, 154.

Critias, 25.

Crousaz, 282.

Culture, 8, 31, 41, 47, 55, 60, 69, 111,
158, 325, 388, 543, 565; Athenian,
18, 30, 31, 43 ; Chinese, 13 ; Egyp-
tian, 14 ; of the imagination, 499,
500; of the Middle Age, 69; self,
57, 59, 87, 301, 383, 421,439, 476,
504, 549, 564; studies, 40, 60,
157, 324-326, 335, 339.

Curiosity, 106, 130, 170, 184, 247,
347, 503.

Cgropxdia, Xenophon's, 14, 34, 35,
36.

Czech, 125, 126.

Dacier, Madame, 213.
D'Alembert, 278, 319, 331.
Dancing, 118, 161, 181, 214, 306, 396.
Darin, 427.



INDEX.



581



Daubenton, 405.

Daunou, 386, 391, 395, 410, 411.

Dauphin, The, 182-185.

David, (ill.

Decazes, 515.

Deism. 99,304, 305,454,476.

De Lasteyrie, 51G.

Demia, 254-258.

Demogoot, 20'3,

Demostlienes, 114.

De Ratione Studii, of Erasmus, 88.

De Sacy, 154.

Descartes, 141, 152, 157, 187-192,

213, 2:)4.
Deschamps, 515.
Dessau, 415.
Destiny, of man, G2, 109, 135, 136,

I*.:!, 188, 239, 454, 492, 539, 542,

507 ; of woman, 500.
De Tocqueville, 491.
Development, 13,23,31, 38, 49,91,

93, 111, 129, 158, 208,288, 313,

381, 412, 421, 423, 436, 439, 455,

476, 495, 5(>:5, 542; precocious,

50, 240.
Deventer, 86.
Devotion, 214-217, 228, 269, 305,

318, 442.
Dialectics, 32, 12, 15,52,75,70,118.
Dialogue, 22, 21.
Dialogues of the Dead, 1-Ynclon's,

100, 179.
Dictionnaire dt Pe'dagorjie, 11, 13,

130,369, 371, 391, 164.
Didactica Magna, 124, 12*;.
Didactics, 22, 50, 53, 66, 78,97, 121,

206.
Diderot, 121, 278, 319 327, 344.
Diesterweg, 422, 164, 165.
Dignity, of mother, 291, 384; of

persons, 18, 35, 57, 62, 78, 162,

201, 207, 273, 304, 338.



Diogenes, 292.

Diogenes Laertius, 37.

Discipline, 0, 7, 11, 20, 33, 36, 38,
41, 44, 50, 51, 70, 77, 81, 88, 101,
102, 111, 119, 145-148, 159-102,
180, 199, 203, 238, 249-252,
203-266, 270-276, 336, 366, 410,
551; of consequences, 330, 551.

Discourse on Jfethod, of Descartes,
188.

Discovery, 124, 157, 435, 549.

Dittes, llistoire de V education, 3, 6,
13, 114, 413, 416, 526, 537.

Division of labor, 131, 152, 266,
354, 509.

Doctors, of the Church, 63, 67, 68,
74, 75.

Doctrinaries, The, 139, 395.

Domitian, 47, 53.

Donatus, 118.

Dordogne, 400, 434.

Drama, 219, 223, 242, 310, 378.

Drane, Augusta F., Christian Schools
mid Scholars, 72.

Drawing, 39, 130, 204, 320.

Dressier, 537.

Dualism, 14 ; Socratic, 23, 24.

Dubois, 356.

Duclos, 345.

Dumarsais, 331.

Dumonstier, 404.

Dupanloup, 505, 531, 532.

Dupont de Nemours, 49-'].

Duruy, 302, 300, 409, 502, 522, 523.

Dussault, 431.

Duty, 200, 333, 3:)7, 338, 490, 493;
of teacher, 50, 199, 257, 291.

Economics, 34, 55.

Economy, 36, 398; in education,
r 516 ; of nature,.'!, 31, 286, 290, 553.
Ecouen, 485.



582



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Edgworth, Miss, 482.

Education, 30-33, 41, 42, 48, 80,
5G5 ; in antiquity, 1-16 ; Atheni-
an, 18, 28, 43; by the Church,
G3, 69, 81, 143, 233, 277 ; defini-
tion of, 33, 37, 103, 540; domes-
tic, 7, 8, 35, 48, 54, 55, 127, 227
378, 422, 485, 498 ; extent of, 31
34, 51, 100, 104, 128, 158, 184
185, 563, 567 ; formal, 12, 145-147
347; among the Greeks, 17—42
higher, 6, 28, 31, 55, 75, 80, 113
128, 233, 512 ; intellectual, 29, 31
39, 41, 110, 156, 157, 203, 468-475
496, 548 ; moral, 39, 41, 48, 59
99,136,159-162,177-182,199-203
245-252, 280, 380, 381, 465, 550
567 ; national, 340-389, 523, 530
536, 564-568 ; negative, 287-310
334, 348, 497, 542-555 ; the new
93, 123, 192, 208, 210, 284-310
343, 347, 456, 460, 542; obliga
tory, 8, 13, 16, 42, 115, 120, 136
182, 255, 263, 321, 370, 371, 387
400, 409, 411, 523; the old, 92
144, 192, 283, 364, 460, 547
physical, 19, 29, 38, 41, 43, 70, 93
119, 135, 196-199, 283, 496, 554
555; power of, 6, 80, 163, 181
186, 328, 329, 333, 544, 565 ; pub
lie, 8, 13, 27, 37, 49, 113-136, 182
209,250,279, 484, 565; purpose
of, 98, 104, 136, 158, 181, 238
316, 318, 346, 347, 383, 454, 483
496, 531, 536, 564, 567 ; Roman
43-60 ; science of, 22, 48, 53, 59
535-571; scientific, 28, 32, 40
91, 151, 157, 535-555; self, 57
59, 87, 299, 383, 421, 439, 476, 504
549, 564 ; Spartan, 18, 34, 37, 43
systematic, 2, 38, 41, 91, 128, 288
525, 531, 547 ; treatises on, 9, 14



27, 33, 34, 35, 37, 40, 47, 54, 55,
56, 58, 64, 80, 88, 92, 100, 103, 1 10,
120, 154, 166, 195, 223, 235, 319,
421, 422, 431, 438, 480, 501-503 ;
universal, 8, 13, 16, 62, 100, 115,
118, 129, 136, 297, 374, 411, 468,
480, 481, 510, 526-531, 534, 565 ;
a universal right, 16, 33, 37, 55,
158, 325, 356, 484, 530 ; of women,
34, 55, 109, 110, 115, 116, 128,

168, 174-176, 212-231, 241, 282,
305, 307, 378, 385, 478-507.

Education, Spencer's, 3, 100, 124,

507, 534, 538-555.
Education as a Science, Bain's, 124,

194, 556-563.
Education of Girls, Fenelon's, 165-

169, 174-177, 184, 212, 229.
Education of Man, Froebel's, 453-

456.
Education of a Prince, Nicole's, 154.
Education of Women, of Madame de

Re'musat, 487-490.
Egypt, 14.

Elocution, 21, 51, 52, 107.
Emile, The, 27, 98, 126, 210, 235,

278-310.
Emotions, 42, 66, 206, 207, 285, 303,

550, 551.
Emulation, 67, 146, 162, 183, 299.
Encyclopedic, The, 319.
Encyclopedists, 337, 480.
England, 72, 564.
Entretiens sur les Sciences, Lamy's,

150, 151.
Environment, 3, 39, 58, 70, 194, 258,

310, 339.
Epicureans, 52, 108, 141.
Equality, 61, 190, 328, 374, 380,400,

565 ; of sex, 241, 256, 384, 479, 506.
Erasmus, 85-91, 94 ; works of, 86,



INDEX.



583



Espionage, 147, 258, 270.
Esther, 219, 242.
Estouteville, Cardinal d', 252.
Ethics, 24, 37, 39, 42, 50, 57, 70,

200,247, 270, 292, 522, 326, 551,

470,477, 401, 550.
Ethnology, 2.
Etiquette, 88, 94, 101,'l99, 227, 270 ;

of ladies, 90, 227.
Eudemon of Rabelais, 02-100.
Euthydi mus, The, 24.
Evil, 14, 51, 05, 00, 159, 109; cause

of, 4, 14, 159, 217, 287, 333, 381,

402; how overcome, 56, 06, 100,

217, 333, 381, 505.
Evolution, 530.
Examinations, 10; of teachers, 255,

201, 521, 55S, 367, 152, 513.
Example, 5-').
Exclusiveness, 12, 14, 40, 54, 70,

143,217, 22 1, 352, 5 In.
Excursions, 07, us. 348, 456.
Existena of God, Fe'nelon's, L66.
Experience, 10, 32, 5:;, 92, 93, 97,

100, 150, 485.
Explanation, 11, 133, 150, 209.
Expulsion, 271.

Fables, 190, 240, 214, 295, 515, 555,

348, 404.
Fables, Fe'nelon's, 166, 175, 177-

180, 186.
Faculties, The, 233, 521, 383, 511-

513.
Fain 197.

Faith,' 7 I, 115, 11::, 304, 581.
Family, 7. 12. 5:,, 36, 37, 15, 54, 60,

128, 120, 2'.M. 378, :.o;i. 534, 512,

545; sacrificed, 27, 1 If,, 224,397,

398, 500.
Farrar, Archdeacon, 14.
Fathers, The early, 05, 07, 08.



Fathers, 90, 103, 108, 109, 345, 424,

545.
Faults, in education, 40, 40, 67, 08,

69, 74, 02, 108, 109, 110, 155,115,

145, 140, 101, 107, 108, 171, 181,

ISO, 201, 226, 270-276, 292, 302-

307, 322, 329, 341, 342, 432, 437,

102, 463, 470, 518, 554, 552, 508;

of Greek pedagogy, 40 ; of women,

488, 489.
Fear, 200, 201.

Feelings, 33, 180, 275, 205,-500,444.
Felbiger, 416.
Fellenberg, Agricultural Institutes,

422.
Fencing, 70, 98, 114.
Fcm Ion, 78, 104-180, 198, 212,214,

220, 2 11,282,403, 48G.
FY-rrier, Greek P/ulosojihi/, 21.
Ferule, 102, 272.
Fichte, 422, 415; Discourse to the

< i't riu/iii Nation, 530.
Firmness, 53, 101,271.
Fischer, 139.
Fitch, 330.
Flechier, 141.
Fhury, The Abbe, 74,75, 154, 100,

214, 240.
Fontaine, Madame de, 220.
Fontanes, 511.
Form, 130.
Formalism, 12, 30, 71, 01, 145, 211,

205, 5 12, 145.
Fortoul, 501.
Fourcroy, 478, 510.
Fourier, 527, 529.
Fournier, 159.

France. 72.218-224; College of, 85.
Francke, 411.
Frankfort, lis.

Freedom, 40, 61, L01, 166,310,565;

annihilate.!, ■"., I, 74, 02, 103; of



584



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



intelligence, 72, 77, 91, 191, 394,

564.
French, 102, 154, 234, 242, 342,357,

392.
French Revolution, The, 71, 308,

360, 362-389, 522.
Friburg, 465, 467.
Frcebel, 446-465, 501.
Fronto, 58.
Frugality, 14, 15, 36, 65, 169, 197,

199, 229, 258, 418, 452.
Fulneck, 125.
Fustel de Coulanges, 61.

Gall, 538.

Gamala, Joshua Ben, 9.

Gamaliel, 11.

Gargantua of Rabelais, 91-100.

Gamier, 500.

Garot, 240.

Gaudentius, Letter to, 64.

Gaultier, The Abbe, 514, 516.

Genesis, of knowledge, 313, 558.

Geneva, College of, 113.

Genlis, Madame de, 176, 479-482.

Geography, 24, 80, 129, 151, 159,

183, 205, 240, 297, 322, 342, 349,

400, 403, 436, 481 ; moral, 472.
Geometry, 11, 31, 47, 51, 76, 80, 98,

129, 205, 430.
Gerando, 520.
German, 351.
Germany, 114, 279, 283, 413, 524,

526.
Germany of Madame de Staid,

495.
Gerson, 77, 78.
Gessner, 427.
" Gifts " of Frcebel, 452, 458, 459,

476.
Girard, The Pere, 431, 437, 446, 465-

475.



Girls, destiny of, 500; education
of, 5, 8, 11, 35, 64, 65, 66, 79, 80,
90, 109, 110, 117, 128, 168, 174,
175, 212-231, 237, 241, 305, 306,
307, 384, 398, 399, 478-507.

Girondists, 391.

God, 61, 63, 99, 174, 182, 286, 288,
454, 522 ; belief in, 26, 27, 173,
304, 337 ; duty to, 30, 66, 149,

182, 216, 217, 220, 270, 304, 512 ;
knowledge of, 315, 337; omni-
presence of, 3, 192, 454.

Goethe, 538.

Goldammer, 459.

Golden rule, example of, 5, 78.

Gonzagas, Prince of, 79.

Good, The, 30, 31, 286.

Goodwin, Plutarch's Morals, 54.

Gorgias, The, 24.

Gossot, 504.

Gournay, Mademoiselle, 110.

Government, 238, 264, 270-276.

Gracchus, 45.

Grades, 127, 128, 137, 224, 233, 234,

267, 288, 323, 348, 376, 382, 393,

496, 548, 559.
Grammar, 19, 20, 24, 39, 47, 51, 71,

90, 130, 133, 144, 154, 155, 171,

183, 243, 316, 323, 470-475.
Grammarian, 20, 51, 103, 470.
Gratuity, 120, 254, 262, 321, 367,

370, 372, 376, 386, 388, 398, 522,

523, 533, 566.
Gray Friars, 466.
Greard, 216, 223, 287,288, 306, 354,

457, 461, 480, 505, 515, 51G, 518,

553, 562.
Greek, the study of, 48, 71, 86, 95,

102, 105, 121, 143, 144, 183, 189,

205, 237, 244, 257, 283, 317, 321,

324-326, 351, 352, 481, 512, 547,

559.



INDEX.



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Greek pedagogj', 11, 17^12.

Gregory the Great, Saint, 68.

Griesheim, 452. .

Grignan, Madame de, 214.

Grimm, 344.

Groot, Gerard, 8G.

Grosselin, 135.

Grote, History of Greece, 21.

Gruner, 448.

Guienne, College of, 101, 102.

Guidance, as object of instruction,
16,49,57,201, 291, 293,318.

Guillaume, 391.

Guizot, 490, 512, 519-522; Madame,
490-494.

Guyon, Madame, 174.

Guyot, 154.

Guyton de Morveau, 343.

Gymnasium, 128, 145; Greek, 19.

Gymnastics, 19, 28, 20, 39,44, 79,
94, 135, 195-199, 292, 433; intel-
lectual, 324, 326; interdicted, 66.

Habits, 293, 315, 334.

Halle, 11 I.

Halle aux Draps, mutual school, 517.

Hamilton, 194, 404.

Hamilton, Miss, 482-484.

Hannibal, 105.

Happiness, 3, 294, 328.

'• Eardening process," 196-198,291,

292, 152.
Harmony, 20, 29, 31, 39, 41, 52, TO,

110, 451.
Hartley, 483.
Harvard College, 125.
Health, 29, 39, 65, 79,94, 169, 222,

642.
Heart, 12, 66, 66, 110,303,443, 169,

471-17.".. 498.
Hebrew, 95, 99, 118, 121.
Hebrews, 7-11.



Hecker, 414.

Hegel, 447.

Heidelberg, University of, 77.

Helvetius, 196, 319, 327-330, 344.

Henry IV., of France, 53, 147, 232,

233.
Herbart, 194, 537.
Herbault, 514.
Herder, 538.
Heredity, 313.
Herodotus, 32.
Hersan, 235.
Hindoos, 2-4.
History, 12, 32, 33, 36, 47, 53, 76,

80,91, 105, 116, 118, 129, 144, 145,

151, 173, 175, 179, 190, 200 ; of

education, 85, 126.
Holidays, 393.

Holiness, 63, 68, 100, 214-217, 228.
Holland, 86, 282, 283.
Holland, Fhilemon, Plutarch's

Morals, 54.
Homer, 20, 64, 320, 324.
Honor, 196, 199,200,302.
Horace, 45, 59, 87, 324.
How (i( rlni.de teaches her Children,

Pestalozzi's, 427.
Hue, 13.
Humanist, 91, 100, 163, 195, 213,

324.
Humanities, The, 73, 80, 91, 144,

L51, 324, 325, 326, 351, 558-561.
Humanities, Amauld's, 154.
Human I r nder standing, Locke's, 196.
Hume, 194.
Hygiene, 39, 79, 84, 94, 197, 292,

544.

Ideal, 66, 104, 151, 279; Chinese,

12, L3; ..I' the Fathers, 66; Greek,
■11 ; Hebrew, 7 ; Hindoo, 3 6 ;
Roman, 44, 57 ; Persian, 14, 15.



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THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Idealists, 193, 363.

Ideas, 315, 381; birth. of, 23, 325,

326,381, 439, 471, 503; grammar

of, 471; innate, 439; religious,

3, 42, 62 ; made significant, 107,

133, 157, 293.
Identity, loss of, 3.
Ignorance, 13, 18, 29, 68, 70, 72, 116,

143, 225, 226, 300, 364, 369, 519 ;

learned, 92, 104, 107, 117, 189;

Socratic, 22, 24.
Imagination, 42, 97, 98, 133, 135,

174, 176, 191, 285, 347, 403, 499,

500.
Imitation, .12, 49, 50, 84,144,462,467.
Imitation, Gerson's, 77, 78.
Immobility, 16, 18, 145, 342.
Impressions, 208, 295, 328, 334, 461,

484, 492, 503.
India, education in, 6, 514.
Individuality, 3, 15, 37, 57, 84, 85,

123, 136, 158, 207, 310, 313, 338,

381, 439, 452, 461, 489, 549; loss

of, 4, 27, 29, 57, 63, 98, 145, 146,

274, 346.
Induction, 26, 27, 36, 96, 107, 121,

123, 133, 157, 295, 313, 548.
Indulgence, 50 ; of teachers, 90,

146.
Inertness, intellectual, 2, 29, 44, 68,

70, 92, 144, 228, 329, 518.
Instinct, 24, 31, 93, 133, 290, 460,

529, 536.
Institute of the Brethren, 112, 138,

153-163, 252-277.
Institutes, 382.

Institutes of Oratory, 48, 60, 89.
Instruction, 13, 39, 46, 79, 199, 280,

379 ; Christian, 62, 269 ; domestic,

7, 27, 45, 46, 55, 127, 129, 227,

378, 384, 485; ecclesiastical, 63,

69, 81, 139, 16-7, 218, 233, 345;



gratuitous, 69, 73, 78, 120, 254,
262, 203, 321, 367, 370, 376, 386,
398, 409, 523, 566 ; indirect, 170,
177-182, 184, 185, 223, 287-310,
481 ; mutual, 6, 53, 131, 267, 392,
424, 513-519, 534 ; national, 340-
389, 523, 565; need of, 70, 71,
115, 116, 320, 356, 369, 523, 566 ;
popular, 8, 130, 415, 438, 480, 487,
522 ; primary, 13, 20, 40, 55, 81,
86, 112-136, 139, 142, 153, 177,
209, 239, 240, 253-277, 321, 353,
356, 360, 364, 384, 417, 433, 455-
465, 468-475, 506, 524, 525; pub-
lic, 8, 9, 11, 20, 27, 38, 46, 49, 73,
78, 114, 128, 182, 209, 321, 330,
522-525; religious, 98, 111,113,
115, 118, 257, 303, 336, 346, 380,
438, 452, 466, 554 ; secondary, 86,
113, 128, 139, 143, 205, 233, 282;
self, 57, 87, 136, 156, 318, 383,
421, 439, 476, 504, 549, 564 ; sense,
193, 283, 403; simultaneous, 51,
152,240,266,277,424,515; tech-
nical, 193, 206, 263, 281, 331, 376,
384, 408, 414, 419, 545.

Intelligence, 38, 58, 71, 72, 80, 93,
101, 191, 192, 296, 316, 320, 354,
370, 436, 440, 455, 498 ; disregard
for, 44, 68, 70, 92, 143, 171, 403 ;
works of, 26, 27, 109, 156, 157,
394, 564.

Interpretation, 15, 158, 293.

Intuition, 129, 132, 133, 290-310,
403, 415, 423, 428, 438, 449, 452,
548-555.

Irony, Socratic, 23.

Israelites, 6-11.

Italy, 84, 475.

Jacotot, 190, 526, 527.
Janet, 403.






INDEX.



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Jansenists, 110, 153-103, 234.
Janua linguarum reserata, of Come-

nius, 126, 127, L34.
Jealousy, 12, 25, 153, 259.
Jena, Prussians at, 8.
Jerome, Saint, 04, 71.
Jeromites, 86.



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