Jean-Jacques Rousseau about science (“Emile, or On Education”, 1762) - Let him not be taught science, let him discover it. If ever you substitute authority for reason he will cease to reason; he will be a mere plaything of other people's thoughts.
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Let him not be taught science, let him discover it. If ever you substitute authority for reason he will cease to reason; he will be a mere plaything of other people's thoughts.
 Jean-Jacques RousseauEmile, or On Education (1762). copy citation

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Translated by Barbara Foxley
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