By John Locke
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Beating, when you can expect no good from it, will look more like the fury of an enraged enemy than the good-will of a coinpassionate friend ; and such chastisement carries with it only provocation, without any prospect of amendment. If it be any father's misfortune to have a son thus perverse and untractable, I know not whet more hs can do but pray for him. But I imagine, if a right course be taken with children from the beginning, very fkw wiH be found to be such ; and when there are any such instances, they are not to be the rule for the education of those who are better natured, and may be managed with better usage.
I f you find it difficult to meet with such a tutor as we desire, you are not to wonder. I only can say, spare no care nor cost to get such an one. All things are to be had that way : and I dare assure you, that, if you can get a good one, you will never repent the charge ; hut will always have the satisfaction to think it the money, of all other, the best laid out. But be sure take no body upon friends, or charitable, no, nor bare great commendations. Nay, if you will do as you ought, the reputation of a sober man, with a good stock of learning, (which is all usually required in a tutor) will not be enough to serve your turn.
T o which if we add learning to read, write, dance, foreign languages, &c. as under the same privilege, there will be but very rarely any occasion for blows or force in an ingenuous education. T h e right way to teach them those things is, to give them a liking and inclination to what you propose to them to be learned, and that will engage their industry and application. This I think no hard matter to do, if children be handled as they should be, and the rewards and punishments above-mentioned be carefully applied, and with them these few rules observed in the method of instructing them.
The works of John Locke 9 by John Locke