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Jesuits, 85, 139-150, 189, 232, 2:; I ,

258, 279, 340-344, 408; of the

East, 12.
Jewess, education of, 8, 11.
Jews, 8-11, li;.
John of Wessel, 80, 87.
Joly, Claude, 256, 201.
Jomard, 510.

Josephine, The Empress, 407.
Joubert, 489.
Jouffroy, 62, 491.
Judgment, 100, 104, 150, 103, 191,

281, 295, 296, 460, 107, 470.
Juilly, College of, 150.
Justkc, 1"., 30, 40, 280, 281, 303.
Juvenal, 59.

Kant, 200, 309, 332-338, 415, 422,
536.

Keilhau, 452, 464.

Ehung-tsze, 12, 13.

Kindergartens, 4(7, 452, 457-10.",,
176,477.

Kindermann, 1 10.

Klopstock, 122.

Knowledge, L5, 53, so, 101, 104,
113, 192, 370, 547; clearness of,
53; of facts, 7:., L29, 21)0; a
means, 1 1, 57, 91, 104; of nature,

91, HO, 129, 295, 440; sourc :,

58, 134, 313, 548; before practice,
32, 57, 71, 135; value, 60; for
women, 168, 17:,. 252, 282, 307,
384, 488, 495, -nit, 505.

Konigberg, University of, 332.



Krause, 457.
Kriisi, 428, 432.



Labor, 470,495; manual, 206,209,
226, 227, 263, 300, 398, 399, 424,
441, 566.

Laborde, Comte de, 516.

La Bruyere, 329.

La Chalotais, 278, :J4G-355, 363.

La Condamine, 283.

Lacroix, 407.

Ln lii , Li Hi r in, 04-07.

Lafargue, 47:!.

Lafayette, Madame de, 213.

La Fleche, 501, College of, 189.

La Fontaine, 240, 283, 295, 335.

Lagrange, 405.

Laisne, 515.

Laissez faire, 160,208,293.

Lakanal, 139, 379, 394; Law of,
402-408.

Lambert, Madame de, 176.

Lambruschini, The Abbe', 475.

Lamoignon, 111.

I. amy, The Pere, 150.

Lancaster, 513, 51 (.

Lancelot, 15:?, 154, 150,217.

Langethal, 451, 452.

Language, 2, 70, 82, 116, 118, 126,
134, 189, 323-326, 428, 431, 111,
481, 547 ; native, 48, 70, 113, 118,
121, 126, 155, 183, 268, 357 , !<»<».
469-471.

Lanthenas, 391,392.

Lao-tsze, 12. 13.

La I'iiir, 514.

Larochefoucauld-Liancourt, 516.

Laromiguiere, 139.

La Salle, 112, 147, 254-277, 357,
104, II I, 51 1.

Latcran Council, 69.



588



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Latin, the study of, 48, 70, 71, 90,
91, 95, 101, 102, 105, 118, 121, 131,
140, 144, 154, 183, 189, 205, 237,
244, 257, 281, 317, 324, 320, 481,
512, 547.

Laurie, S. S., Comenius, 120.

Lavalle'e, 218, 222, 220, 230.

Laws, 44, 45, 40, 182, 333, 499;
educational, 399-402, 484, 509;
Plato's, 30, 33, 34.

Lay teachers, 340-345, 400, 508, 533.

Lecointe, The Pere, 150.

Legendre, 394.

Legislative Assembly, 371, 373, 379,
390, 422.

Leibnitz, 130, 141, 190.

Leisure, 87, 377, 381, 543.

Lelong, The Pere, 150.

Leonard and Gertrude, Pestalozzi's,
421.

Lepelletier Saint - Fargeau, 391,
397.

Lessing, 538.

Letters to Lucilius, 52.

Letters to Pope Innocent XL, Bos-
suet's, 182, 183.

Levi Alvares, 505.

Lewes, George Henry, 41.

L'Hopital, 53.

Liberal Education of Children, of
Erasmus, 8S.

Liberty, G2, 70, 72, 93, 119, 151, 172,
201, 207, 263, 285, 294, 308, 374,

400, 420, 436, 441, 454, 490, 493,
499, oG5; of teaching, 371-396,

401, 511, 513.

Life, family, CO, 424, 500, 546;
monastic, 66, 146; practical, II,
53, 60, 92, 93, 105, 115, 204, 279,
296, 40S, 529, 541, 562; public,
32, 115, 130, 279, 360,374, 400,
489; stages of, 455, 456, 542.



Lissa, 125.

Literature, 11, 30, 78, 100, 166, 179,
295, 351, 404, 558, 565 ; classical,
73, 80, 86, 95, 189, 324-326, 351,
481, 547, 559; Greek, 11, 48, 80,
84, 559; Latin, 46, 59, 84, 324-
326 ; profane, 64, 86, 87, 175, 219.
Little Schools of Port Royal, 140,

153, 254.
Littre, 69, 233, 234, 383.
Lives, Plutarch's, 53.
Locke, 49, 110, 126, 187, 194-210,
249, 280, 296, 346, 363, 538, 561.
Logic, 6, 24, 31, 52, 75, 76,315,316,

321, 351, 470, 558.
Logic, Port Royal, 154, 243.
Lorain, P., 519.
Lorenz, Life of Alcuin, 72.
Louis XIV., 147, 182, 236, 279, 365,

489.
Louis-le-Grand, College of, 355.
Louis the Pious, 68, 73.
Lourmand, 505.

Love, 31, 37, 66, 89, 162, 216, 302,
440,443,455, 504,515; of country,
8, 44, 182, 308, 399, 489.
Loyola, 140, 163; Constitutions, 142.
Lubbock, Sir John, 2.
Luccard, 267.
Lucerne, 466, 468.
Lupus of Ferrieres, 68, 70.
Luther, 86, 113-120.
Luxembourg, 141.
Luxury, effect of, 36, 50, 182.
Lycee, 131, 205, 327, 372, 382, 512.
Lyceum, 22, 40.
Lycurgus, 34, 56, 397.
Lyons, 254, 255, 285, 368.

Macaulay, 144.
Madras, 514.
Magdala, 90.



INDEX.



589



Magistrates, 25, 28, 31, 71, 72.
Maieutics, 23, 42, 72, 156, 32G, 381,

439, 471, 503.
Maine de Biran, 139, 434.
Maintenon, Madame de, 176, 218-

231, 307, 486, 514.
Maisonneuve, Madame de, 504.
Maistre, Joseph de, 149, 511.
Malebranche, 187, 192-194, 211.
Man, 61, 02, 104; conception of, 4,

188, 499, 539; the perfect, 7, 30,

31, 57, 58, 59, 62, 98, 104, 172,

278, 386, 451, 483, 500, 540.
Maim, Horace, 566, 567.
Manners, 29, 59, 65, 81, 88, 89, 94,

111,199,270; of Chinese, 12; of

Greeks, 21.
Mansel, 194.
Marat, 394.
Marcellus, 105.

Marenholtz, Baroness von, 464, 465.
Maria Theresa, 415.
Marienthal, 464.
Marion, II., 196.
Marmontel, 325, 326, 339.
Marriages, 38, 55,384, 500.
Marsolier, •_' I-"..
Martin, Aime, 505.
Martin, Alexander, /.< s Doctrines

Pe'dagogiques des Grecs, 18.
Martin, Henry, is:',.
Mascaron, 150.
Massillon, 150.
Mathematics, 6, 2 1. 31, 68, 76,98,

118,189, 193, :;•_'::, 386, 437, 530;

for women, 56.
Mather, Cotton, 125.
Maturity, 10, 40, 288.
Mauriac, College of, 141.
Mayer, Enrico, 475.
Mean, The, 93, 150, 161.
Meditations, Marcus Aurelius, 5«.



Melancthon, 113.

Melmoth, Pliny, 21.

Mt morabilia, The, 24, 25, 26, 32.

M, moriter, 11, 16, 49, 92, 105, 121,

133, 205, 207.
Memory, 16, 42, 49, 58, 72, 81, 88,

92, lit-"., 135, 191,208, 317, 335,

371, 400.

Method, 15, 20, 22, 42, 49, 53, 59,
72, 88, 90, 119, 126, 132, 269, 298,

372, 468, 536, 539, 557 ; attrac-
tive, 33, 90, 97, 98, 101, 119, 206,
415, 494, 495, 541; Chinese, 13;
dialectic, 32, 42, 74, 70 ; didactic,
22, 72, 97, 111 ; educative, 467,
469; intuitive, 127, 132, 295-310,
312, 346, 402-404, 415-445, 452,
461-403, among the Jews, 11;
Tort Royal, 156, 102, 235; of
reading, 49, 107, 240, 241, 502;
repulsive, 33, 119, 494, 495; So-
cratic, 22-27, 72, 211, 335, 429,
■171 ; synthetic, 313, 469.

Methods, Lancelot's, 154.

Meunier, 277.

Michel, 475.

Michelet, 122,306,392.

Middendorf, 451, 452.

Middle Age, The, 07-81, 110, 171;

ignorance in, 68, 70.
Mildness, 10, 33, 56, 89, 160, 250,

251, 433; severe, 101, 161, 202,

210, 264, 452, 492.
Milton, 54.
Mind, 95, 157, 470, 537, 504; not

tabula rasa, 58, 208.
Mirabeau, 369-372.
Moderation, 11, 33, 82, 109, L70.
Modesty, 21, 34,58, 92. L53, L62.
Moliere, 141, 170, 21::.

Monasteries, 09, 71, 10,7.

Monge, 433.



590



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Monitors, 131, 147, 258, 276, 514-519.

Montagnards, 391, 394.

Montaigne, 85, 101-110, 183, 202,
280, 301, 490; of Greek educa-
tion, 18, 19, 29, 35.

Montaigu, College of, 87.

Montalivet, 395.

Montausier, 147, 219.

Montbrison, 342.

Monteil, 76.

Montesquieu, 20, 245, 329, 373.

Montpellier, 366.

Morality, 100, 105, 135, 370, 375 ;
good conduct, 15, 41, 57 ; Pla-
tonic, 30, 31, 34; utilitarian, 12,
302-305, 554.

Morals, 5, 8, 14, 39, 42, 48, 50-60,
105, 177, 186, 227, 252, 209, 320,
337, 370, 375, 380, 384, 471-475,
547, 565.

Moravian Brethren, 125.

Moreau, Marie, 261.

Mothers, 39, 44, 48, 55, 90, 108, 127,
129, 534 ; duties of, 291, 384, 422,
456, 457, 469, 485, 486, 500, 546.

Mother-tongue, 121, 144, 155, 204,
243, 465-471.

Motives, 300, 493.

Moulins, 342.

Munchen-Buchsee, 434.

Museum, 384, 414, 452.

Music, 18, 20, 28, 31, 51, 52, 76, 98,
119, 326, 396 ; interdicted, 65, 175.

Mutual instruction, 131, 267, 392,
424, 513-519, 534.

Mysticism, 63, 125, 135, 193, 458,
476; criticism of, 94, 447, 453.

Mythology, 20, 503.

Naples, University of, 77.
Napoleon I., 360, 433, 443, 485,
486, 610-513.



National Assembly, 369.
National Education, of La Chalo-

tais, 344-355.
National holidays, 393.
Native tongue, 48, 85, 89, 119, 121,

144, 155, 204, 243, 351.
Natural history, 11, 40, 96, 97, 114,

322, 350, 424, 433.
Nature, 24, 31, 32, 48, 93, 170, 290,

309, 310, 448, 456, 475, 476, 553 ;

no commencement in, 496 ; econ-
omy of, 3, 286, 423, 448, 490 ;

following, 2, 36, 290, 312, 347,

349, 401, 433, 503, 529, 561;

human, 46, 48, 159, 169, 217, 286,

333, 454, 491, 532, 536, 550;

morality in, 448; return to, 553 ;

study of, 91, 93, 96, 118, 121, 132,

133, 290.
Naville, 74, 467.
Necker de Saussure, Madame,

493-500.
Neufchatel, 434.
Neuhof, 419, 420.
New Education, The, 93, 123, 133,

190, 208, 284-310, 343, 347, 456,

460, 542.
Newspapers, 331.
Nicole, 65, 154-159, 217; Logic,

154; Education of a Prince, 154.
Niederer, 436.
Niemeyer, 414.
Nirvana, 5.
Nisard, 237.
Normal Schools, 255, 259, 261,

262, 357, 367, 387, 404, 405, 406,'

412, 423, 429, 464, 501.
North, Sir Thomas, Plutarch, 54.
Novum Organum, 123.
Number, 428, 430, 441 ; of pupils

10.



INDEX.



591



Oberlin, 415.

Object-lessons, 97, 98, 111, 133,
170, 192, 247, 293, 295, 400, 415,
430, 473, 502, 503, 558, 563.

Obligation. <S'ee Compulsion, Edu-
cation, State.

Observation, 75, 96, 97, 98, 123,
133, 136, 192, 293, 461, 558.

Old Education, The, 92, 116, 144,
192, 283, 364, 460, 547.

Olynthiacs, 113.

Optimism, 169, 201, 285, 333, 454,
491, 551.

Oratorians, 150-153, 192, 369, 395.

Oratory, 47, 52.

Oratory, The, 150.

Orbis sensualium pictus, of Come-
nius, 127, 134, 135,4 b",.

Order of Study, of Erasmus, 88.

Organization, 414, 456; of Chris-
tian education, 62, 115, 259; of
instruction, 363, 368, 510; of
schools, 9, 27, 37, 69, 71, 77, 117,
127, 128, 265, 396; of the State,
27, 35.

Orleans, 103, 120,342.

Ormuzd, 14.

Orphan Asylum, Francke's, 414.

Ovid, 87.

Oxenstiern, 125.

Oxford, University of, 77, 195.

Pacatula, 64.

Padua, University of, 78.

Pcedagogium, 414.

Tainting, 18, 98, 204.

Palatine school, 72.

Palestra, 19.

Pamiers, College of, 141.

Pansophia, 100, 125, 129,297,374,

411,468,480,631,505.
Pantagruel, 96.



Tantheism, 453 ; of Hindoos, 2-4.

Tape-Carpentier, Madame, 501-504.

Papinian, 95.

Taris, 358, 433 ; Normal School at,
405, 406; University of, 75, 7!),
141, 232, 233-235, 356, 404.

Parish School, The, 257, 258.

Parliaments, French, 340, 343.

Pascal, 156, 162.

Pascal, Jacqueline, 154, 214-217 ;
Regulations for Children, 154,
215, 216.

Pasquier, 69, 515.

Patak, 125.

Patience, 10, 58, 79, 160, 251, 521.

Paul III., Pope, 141.

Paula, 64-67.

Paulet,514.

Pauline de Meulan, Madame Gui-
zot, 490-494.

Pecaut, 464.

Pedagogics, 358, 372.

Pedagogue, 19, 45, 46, 102, 292.

Pedagogy, 46, 52, 53, 73, 83, 85,
91, 103, 121, 165, 190, 278, 311,
358, 454; English, 187, 207,
535-570; German, 413; of the
Jansenists, 158; of the Jesuits,
148 ; modern, 190, 192, 278, 456,
558.

Pedants, 74, 92, 105, 146, 168, 204,
328.

Penances, 200, 272.

People, The, 14, 16, 21,33, 65, 78,
113, 114, 130, 209, 253, 308, 320,
372, 380,41-"., 420, 111. 180, 184,
565; exclusion of, 16, 28, 40. 54,
70, 80, 143, 352, 640.

Perez, 494, 526, 564.

Perfection, 7. 14, 33, 59, 63, 99,
104, 172, 278, 386, 451,483, 500,
540.



592



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Pericles, 22, 40, 46.

Perigordian, 102.

Persia, 14 ; education by the State,
16, 35, 36.

Personality, 451.

Pessimism, 159-162, 532, 533,
555.

Pestalozzi, 122, 125, 413-445, 448,
501, 514, 537, 553, 555.

Peter the Great, 198.

Philanthropists, 414.

Philip of Macedon, 11.

Philosophers, 21, 22, 45, 55, 57,
311, 479.

Philosophy, 28, 47, 51, 52, 74, 77,
99, 103, 105, 129, 145, 151, 152,
179, 183, 234, 237, 247, 315, 326,
342, 351, 454, 538; definition,
106; of education, 126, 136, 158,
163, 188, 279, 310, 459, 497, 535-
570; Greek, 11, 30,40,211; for
magistrates, 28.

Phoenix, 46.

Physics, 52, 129, 206, 247, 292, 322,
323, 350, 396.

Piccolomini, iEneas Sylvius, 79, 80.

Pictet, 482.

Pietists, 414.

Pillans, 519.

Plan of a University, Diderot's,
320.

Plato, 11, 22, 24, 27, 42, 46, 52, 56,
59, 91, 95, 324, 397, 529; aim of,
34; caste in, 28; of the drama,
30, 56; of music, 20, 31.

Platter, Thomas, 132.

Play, 458, 460, 461.

Pleasures, 294, 328.

Plessier, 261.

Plcssis, College of, 286.

Pliny, Letters, 21, 59.

Pluche, The Abbe, 283.



Plutarch, 45, 53-58, 285; educa-
tion of women, 34, 35, 55; train-
ing of children, 54, 89.

Poetry, 30, 56, 87.

Poitiers, 342.

Poland, 125, 308.

Politeness, 29, 88, 89, 161, 227,270,
467.

Politics, 32, 37, 42, 130, 360, 374,
489, 542; Aristotle's, 37, 40;
Plato's, 28 ; versatility in, 373.

Polybius, 47.

Ponocrates of Rabelais, 93-100.

Pontchartrain, de, 217.

Port Royal, 152-163,215-217; de-
molition of, 153.

Portugal, The King of, 341

Positivists, 529-531.

Pourchot, 235, 261.

Practice, 105, 134, 135, 156, 355,
471 ; of education, 85.

Prague, University of, 77.

Praise, 49, 50, 67, 146, 162, 169, 532.

Precision, 188, 240, 264, 325.

Priests, 116 ; as educators, 5, 6, 15,
140-163.

Principles, 17, 454 ; of education,
33, 37, 46, 83, 121, 135, 158, 190,
191, 309, 313, 346, 430, 439-441,
483, 522, 526, 534, 566-570.

Professors, 21, 22, 75, 233, 358, 377,
512.

Progress, 381 ; popular instruction,
8, 12, 38, 112-136, 363, 479.

Progressive Education, of Madame
Necker, 494-500.

Pronunciation, 11, 51.

Protestantism, 112-136.

Protestants, 85.

Proverbs, 7.

Prudence, 100, 104, 105, 108, 161,
199, 280, 281, 545.



INDEX.



593



Psychology, 24, 42, 46, 50, 135, 194,

251, 284, 312, 314, 335, 430, 454,
488, 492, 4'.»7, 508, 534, 537, 539,
558.

Public schools, 117, 130, 254, 415.
Punishment, 152, 160, 180, 200, 249-

252, 270-276, 336, 551-553 ; cor-
poral, (i, 21, 51, 102, 122, 147, 148,
194, 201-203, 271-275.

Purity, 30, 48, 00, 451.
Purna, 4, 5.
Pythagoras, 52.

Quadrivium, 75, 76.

Questioning, The art of, 22, 23, 25,

42, 72, 170, 267.
Quick, 11. II., 208; Educ(ii<<>n<i ;

/,'< /;-/•///' rs, 121.

Quintilian, 40, 47-52, 89, 239, 241;
of indulgence, 50.

Rabaud Saint-Etienne, 393.

Rabbins, 10, 11.

Rabelais, 01-100, 197,297,490.

Racine, 170, 213, 210, 243, 316.

Rambouillet, Hotel de, 219.

Ramsauer, 431, 434.

Ramus, 85, 150, 232.

Rapet, 175,

Ratich, 121.

Rationalism, philosophic, 490, 493.

Ratio Studiorum, of the Jesuits,

112.
Reading, 11, 49, 51, 07,00, 75, 86,

0D. 0i7, 150, 204, 225, 239, 268,

.-,20, 12 t. III).

Realism, 01, 204,211, 308,309.

Reason, 31, 32, 38, 12, 57, 100,104,
IDS, 122, 135, 136, 171. loo, 284,
314, 333, 335, 444,454,491,493.

Reasoning, 23, 74,82, 123, 105, 101,
267, 290, 310, 403.



Recreation, 87, 93, 94, 119, 146,

248, 251, 294, 393, 441, 458, 460,

461 ; mathematical, 348, 350 ;

physical, 350, 396.

Recruitment of teachers, 307, 513.

Redolfi, 3.

Refinement, conventional, 12, 36,
89, 143, 227.

Reflection, 191, 208, 317, 318, 444,
558.

Reform, 4, 30, 73, 83, 220, 235, 279,
322, 381, 416, 496.

Reformation, The, 80, &4, 93, 99,
113-136.

Refutation of Helvetius on Man, Di-
derot's, 319.

Reid, 482.

Reims, 259, 260.

Religion, 4, 5, 8, 30, 42, 44, 58, 02,
7::, 08, 99, 118, 228, 303, 305,326,
337, 375, 381, 453, 189, 554.

Remusat, Madame de, 487-490.

Renaissance, 71, 80, 81, 83-111, 234.

Kenan, 325, 17, ,], Je'sus, 11 ; edu-
cation of women, 34.

Repetition, 11, 121, 135, 173.

Republic, Plato's, 27-33.

Respect, for teacher, 6, 10, 181,
184, 200, 532.

Rewards, 07, 147, 104, 240, 250,
276, 352, 493, 522, 53/2.

Rhetoric, 6, 18, 21, 47, 48, 51, 71,
85, 109, 144, 171, 180, 310, 321.

Rhythm, 20.

Richter, 536.

Rights of Man, Talleyrand's, 375.

Robespierre, 391, 393, 3,07,402.
son < 'ruSoe, 298.

Rochefoucault, 103.

Rochow, 415.

Rod, The, 6, 7,51,70,102,147,148,
21)2, 273.



m



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Rodez, 141, 368.

Roger de Guimps, 419, 425.

Rolland, 279, 343, 355-359 ; Law of,

399, 400.
Rollin, 50, 188, 202, 232-252, 283,

317, 349, 357, 514.
Roman Law, 44.
Rome, 43-60.
Romme, 379, 391, 393, 399 ; Law of,

399, 400.
Rouen, 263, 270, 364.
Rousseau, 27, 36, 38, 97, 98, 110, 126,

171, 196, 197, 198, 202, 209, 210,

278-310, 332-337, 348, 363, 368,

415, 426, 442, 448, 481, 496, 553.
Routine, 3, 12, 74, 92, 140, 191, 232,

235, 265, 333, 536.
Royer-Collard, 515.
Rudolstadt, 452, 457.
Rules, 134, 156, 264, 471.
Russell, Doctor, 202.

Sacrifices, 4, 30, 259, 260, 417.

Saint Cyr, 218-231, 307, 486.

Saint Cyran, 153, 160.

Sainte-Beuve, 155, 479, 491.

Saint Francois de Salles, 225.

Saint Gall, 68.

Saint Germain, 485.

Saint Hilaire, Barthelemy, 522, 524.

Saint-Just, 399.

Saint Leu, 481.

Saint Malo, 344.

Saint Pierre, The Abbe, 280-282,

297.
Saint Pierre, Bernardin de, 394.
Saint Simon, 148, 166, 181, 183,

527, 528.
Saint Yon, 263.
Salamanca, 77.
Salary, of teachers, 366, 367, 392,

402, 410, 417, 519, 520.



Salian hymns, 44.

Salzman, 415.

Sauvan, Mademoiselle, 504, 518.

Savages, education of, 1, 13, 292,
541.

Savoyard Vicar's Profession of Faith,
Rousseau's, 305.

Sazarin, 518.

Schiller, 538.

Schleiermacher, 537.

Schmid, 434, 436.

Schmidt, Charles, 538.

Scholasticism, 71, 74; criticism of,
92, 107, 116, 149, 235.

School-house, 131, 132, 367.

Schools, 113, 116, 117, 401, 422;
adornment of, 103, 131 ; at
Athens, 19, 20, 21 ; central, 407,
408; in China, 13; claustral, 69,
75, 76, 116, 282, 345; etymology
of the word, 87 ; European type
of, 131; infant, 457-465, 501-
504; in India, 6, 514; Jewish, 9;
Latin, 119, 128, 130, 131, 144,
346 ; of the Middle Age, 69, 77,
78; Palatine, 72; primary, 120,
128, 190, 234, 254-277, 365, 383,
426, 477, 510, 520-525; public,
114, 128, 135, 415; real, 414;
at Rome, 45, 52; secular, 114,
130, 233, 254, 278, 297, 318, 338,
509, 522.

Schoepfer, Captain, 433.

Schultaus, 146.

Schultess, Anna, 419.

Science, 40, 51, 76, 77, 96, 97, 100,
105, 151, 183, 247, 281, 297, 323,
386, 404, 431, 512, 558, 559; of
education, 22, 33, 37-41, 42, 54,
85, 95, 104, 363, 409, 435-470;
neglect of, 74, 86, 91, 145, 401.
Scipio, 105.



INDEX.



595



Scudery, Mademoiselle de, 226.

Sculpture, 98.

Secularization, 114, 130, 233, 254,

278, 297, 318, 319, 338, 340-344,

509, 522.
Se'guier, 141.

Self-abasement, 4, 65, 161,221,260.
Self-consciousness, 4, 24, 42, 57,

L33, 158,317, 318,428,458.
Self-control, 57, 58, 152, 196, 499.
Selfishness, 4, 108, 300, 302, 499,

536, 542.
Self-renunciation, 4, 5, 63, 148, 149,

215, 259, 346.
Seminary for Schoolmasters, 261,

277, 357, 367, 387, 404.
Sender, 414.
Seneca, 52, 53, 59, 91.

itionalism, 133, 187, 193, 208,

295, 328, 346, 381, 403, 554, 561.
Senses, 132, L33, 135, 158, 193,194,

283-310; education of, 295, 314,

328,449,491;. -Mi::, :,42-555.
Sensibilities, 285, 330; training of,

2,38, 133, 193, 200, 201, 301, 329,

330, 403, 503, 554.
Sentenis, 304.
Sentiments, 302-305.
Sequence of studies, 1 "iT, 323, 403,

404, 452,40;], 474, 548,558.
Seven Liberal Arts, The, 75, 76,

119.
Sevigne*, Madame de, 152, 198,213,

489.
Sexes, equality of, 241, 256, 384,

479,488; separation of , 8, 34, 256,

378, 396, 102, 466.
Shaftesbury, Lord, 195.
Shakespeare, 54, 320.
Siciliani, 56 L
Sidonius, Apollinaris, 68.
Sieyes, 391-390.



Signal, 266, 273.
Silence, 265, 266.
Sill, Miss E. R., 310.
Simon, J., 7, 364, 523, 533.
Simplicity, 121, 157, 158, 221, 228,

229, 403, 439, 474.
Singing, 51, 119, 214, 420, 433.
Site, for schools, 6, 20, 131, 132.
Slaves, 39, 40 ; as teachers, 45.
Smith, Adam, 510.
Society, 3, 54, 61, 70, 98, 287, 298,

489," 500, 509, 523 ; unity of, 18,

37, 73, 98, 115, 125,282, 359,515,

566.
Socrates, 22, 42, 52.
Socratic method, 22-27, 32, 211,

429, 471.
Solomon, 9, 99, 119.
Solon, 19, 21.
Sophie, 305-307.
Sophists, 21.
Soul, 3, 38, 315, 451; culture of, 58,

84, 193, 469, 546; development

of, 18, 19, 28, 29, 33, 38, 57, 91,

99, 136, 192, 288, 329, 468, 495-

500, 565.
Spain, 77, 132.
s ]i;i rta, 17, 345.
Specialists, 103, 209, 300, 325.
Spelling, 155.
Spencer, Herbert, 29, 66, 100, 194,

207, 313, 322, 325, 507, 538-555;

of caste, 3; prejudices of, 546,

547, 552, 553-555.
Sphericity, of Froebel, 450, 451, 459.
Spirit, 12, 13, 92, 101, 325, 547 ; of

Christianity, 61, 62; national,

359, 401, 489, 490, 523, 565; of

Protestantism, 113, 120.
Spiritual life, 18, 38, 57, 208, 279,

316.
Spiritualistic School, 523, 533.



596



THE HISTORY OF PEDAGOGY.



Spontaneity, 4, 24, 208 ; in educa-
tion, 17, 31, 33, 57, 101, 114, 130,
284-309, 452, 454, 497, 547 ; sup-
pressed, 12, 114, 143, 271.

Stael, Madame de, 420, 495.

Stanz, 419, 423.

Stapfer, 466.

State, The, 12, 27, 54, 61, 330, 341 ;
duty to educate, 13, 16, 27, 38,
42, 50, 81, 115, 233, 235, 238, 250,
252, 265, 277, 282, 321, 345, 353,
360, 363-389, 398, 415, 509, 520-
525, 565 ; physical education by,
19, 29.

States-General, 120, 366, 368.

Stewart, Pugald, 325, 482, 484.

Stoics, 52, 58, 141, 292.

Strasburg, College of, 85.

Studies, 20, 31, 34, 49, 51, 76, 88,
105, 118, 119, 296, 402, 539, 558;
Bacon of, 32, 123 ; classical, 143,
162, 163, 204, 211, 252, 283, 317,
321, 324-326, 351, 352, 481, 512,
547 ; disciplinary, 40, 60, 80, 98,
118, 203, 204, 211, 296-298, 539,
562 ; diversity of, 129, 181, 448 ;
gradation of, 38, 80, 88, 90, 122,
130, 131, 204, 233, 267, 495, 520,
525, 558, 559; Jewish, 11; pain-
ful, 33, 171, 207, 217, 252, 346,
476, 495 ; pleasurable, 33, 49, 79,
171, 181, 206, 240, 348, 457-465,
495, 541, 549; sequence of, 157,
323, 403, 452, 463, 474, 548, 558 ;
simultaneous, 51, 152, 240, 266,
267, 424, 515; utilitarian, 40, 60,
80, 98, 118, 203, 211, 296-298,
539, 562 ; educational value of,
60, 105, 204, 323-326, 339, 388,
469, 557, 558; for women, 174,
384, 486, 495, 500, 505.

Sturm, 85.



Sweden, 125, 353.
Switzerland, 465, 524.
Summaries, 15, 41, 59, 81, 110, 136,

163, 185, 210, 230, 252, 277, 310,

338, 360, 388, 411, 444, 475, 506,

534, 568.
Supervision, 359, 369, 392, 396, 399,

401, 486, 510.
Syllogism, 74, 80, 85, 149.
Symmetry, 31, 38, 39, 82, 84, 93,

163, 394, 896, 444, 458, 547.
Synthesis, 313.

Tabula rasa, 58, 208.

Talent, 3, 42, 57, 93, 158, 286, 328 ;
encouragement of, 377.

Talleyrand, 369, 372-379, 434.

Talmud, 10, 11.

Teachers, 13, 50, 53, 69, 117, 251,
257, 265, 266, 292, 365, 367, 392,
470, 479, 500, 513, 522, 527 ; Aris-
totle, 36, 41; faults of, 262; re-
spect for, 6, 10, 100, 120, 396, 504,
521, 522, 532; as tradesmen, 367,
519; training of, 405, 504; vir-
tues of, 10, 50, 251, 255, 455, 532 ;
women as, 44, 384, 458, 478-507.

"Teachers' fairs," 367.

Teaching, 41, 46, 49, 53, 79, 88, 90,
114, 122, 226, 246, 267, 269, 352,
426, 427 ; of geography, 403, 404 ;
of history, 326,349; of objects,
97, 132, 293.

Teaching Congregations, The, 138-
163, 192, 253, 486, 509.

Tehmachus, Fe'nelon's, 166, 175, 182,
306.

Temperance, 14, 15, 18, 35, 36, 194,
197, 292, 381.

Tennis, 94, 104.

Terence, 87, 183, 324.

Term, 106, 107, 133, 326.



INDEX.



597



Tertullian, 64,

Text-books, 132, 173, 352, 360, 368,
393, 403, 429, 441 ; uniformity in,
121.

Theme, 158, 244.

Themistoeles, 20.

Theology, 69, 74, 77, 174, 234,
337.

Theory, 17, 60, 74, 134; of educa-
tion, 85, 340, 509, 525-570.

Theresa, Saint, 64.

The'ry, 362.

Things, 85, 97, 106, 107, 132, 133,
293, 415.

Thomassin, The Fere, 150, 152.

Thought, 3, 57, 74, 97, 107, 157, 316,
469; life of, 41,63, 193,325,326,
381, 46*, 4 7:., 565.

Thoughts, Locke's, 195-208.

Thucydides, 33, 43, 245.

Thuringia, 447.

Tobler, 428.

To union, College of, 141.

Trades, 118, 119, 206, 209, 263, 300,
384, 400, 401, 519.

Tradition, 13, 143,333.

Tragedy, 30, 285.

Training, 41, 111 ; of children, 54,
I _".i; mental, 18, 19, 20, 24, 58,
95, 157,203,324 326,381,468-475,
496, 548; physical, 18, 19,39,41,
79, 80, 94, 197,283,496,554,555;
of the Benses, 38, 96,97, 133, L93,
208, 283, 289-308, 503; of will,
499, 547.

Translation, Value of, 327, 330.

/ itlse on Pedm/oi/i/, Kant's,
332-338.

Treatise on Studies, Rollin's, 235.

Tririiim, 75, 76.

Truth, 24, 151, 193, 301.

Turgot, 359.



Tutor, 69, 327, 518.
Twelve Tables, 44.

Uniformity, 264, 281. -

Unity, 18, 450 ; of education, 455 ;

in teaching, 129, 152, 288, 359,

509.
I r niversal Instruction, Jacotot's, 526,

527.
Universals, 32, 453, 527.
University, 22, 75, 77, 128, 252;

Diderot's, 326, 327 ; for women,

48G.
University of France, 233, 243, 321,

341, 343, 356, 360, 509-512, 533.
Unselfishness, 10, 7s, 136, 522.
Utility, 40, 44, 60, 115, 136, 189,

196, 200, 201, 296-310, 408, 529,

538, 541, 562 ; of culture, 324-326,



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