Rousseau on Education: Bourgeois-Proofing Your Kid?

Rousseau’s philosophical novel Emile presents an education that is at once naturalistic and intensely manipulative. Rousseau is trying to create the bourgeois-proof kid, the anti-Locke, if you will. But can any education make a person incapable of bourgeois corruption? Find out in Part 3 of this series on Locke and Rousseau on education.


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