Emile - Book 2, Book 2 : Chapter 2, Submission Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Book 2 : Chapter 2, Submission Summary and Analysis

The entire treatise of Emile is divided into books by the author rather than into chapters.

The general trend in the book summary is for each chapter to cover approximately 50 pages of the original text. The edition used to create this summary is the Everyman publication, with Barbara Hoxley's translation from French into English. Those using the summary should be aware that in the event of pagination variance, they can follow the above as a basic guideline.

The author has revealed more of his personal beliefs and views on education and the "Emile" has moved into his childhood. It now clear that Rousseau's philosophical underpinnings and his attitudes and beliefs about society feed into his recommendations for how to educate the child. Remember that he has written, "it is the conflict between the needs and...

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