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Who said "the true object of education should not be primarily vocational"?



A. Montessori
B. Froebel
C. Rousseau
D. Locke

This question is part of Introduction To Early Childhood Final Exam
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Sep 18, 2020

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R. Barnes

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Answered May 17, 2019

The correct answer to this question is C, Rousseau. His full name is Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and he was born on June 28, 1712. Rousseau is of Genevan descent. His career, including being a composer, philosopher, and a writer.

He influenced many movements, including the French and American revolution, as well as philosophers who came after him, such as Immanuel Kant and Karl Marx. His popular theories include the social contract theory, which gives the people free will to disobey the government if the government fails in their duties. Rousseau also had a theory of human nature, which states all people are good.

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Wyatt Williams

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Answered Mar 06, 2018

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