- Author:Anthony Krupp
- Publisher:Bucknell Univ Pr (February 28, 2009)
- Pages:261 pages
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We still know little of childhood in early modern European thought. By reconstructing philosophies of childhood in the works of rationalists not known to have reflected upon children.
We still know little of childhood in early modern European thought.
Reason's Children: Childhood in Early Modern Philosophy. Bucknell University Press, 2009. Children's Studies: Beginnings and Purposes. The Lion and the Unicorn Johns Hopkins University Press. Is There Sufficient Interest to Establish a Sociology of Children?"
We still know little of childhood in early modern European thought
We still know little of childhood in early modern European thought. By reconstructing philosophies of childhood in the works of rationalists not known to have reflected upon children, Reason's Children expands our understanding of philosophical reflection on childhood in early modern Europe. We still know little of childhood in early modern European thought.
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Focusing on the contributions early modern philosophers have made to the "intellectual history of childhood" (13), Anthony Krupp's monograph successfully reconstructs the role rationalist philosophy played in the discourses on childhood prior to Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Emile
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Reason's Children: Childhood in Early Modern Philosophy (2009). Jones, Mark A. Children as Treasures: Childhood and the Middle Class in Early 20th Century Japan (2010), covers 1890 to 1930. Nicholas, Lynn H. Cruel World: The Children of Europe in the Nazi Web (2005) 656pp. Burning and Building: Schooling and State Formation in Japan, 1750-1890 (2004).
Childhood in Medieval and Early Modern Times. The eighteenth century brought new changes to the system of production that impinged on the built-in demographic structures discussed above. The history of European childhood as a field of study has virtually exploded since its inception in 1962 with the publication of Philippe Ariès's pioneering Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life. The pronounced population growth of the previous three centuries stretched the limits of agrarian technology, setting off a series of famines that produced widespread malnutrition.
Childhood and Children’s Books in Early Modern Europe, 1550–1800. Grafton, Anthony and Jardine, Lisa. Ed. Immel, Andrea and Witmore, Michael. From Humanism to the Humanities: Education and the Liberal Arts in Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-Century Europe Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1986. Studied for Action: How Gabriel Harvey Read His Livy. London: Associated University Presses, 1999: 298–323. Greenstadt, Amy. ‘Rapt From Himself’: Rape and the Poetics of Corporeality in Sidney’s Old Arcadia.