What point does the professor make when she mentions the Greek philosopher Aristotle? A. Locke's ideas about educating children were not as well accepted as Aristotle's were. B. Aristotle and Locke had fundamentally different ideas about how children should be taught to read. C. Aristotle and Locke both benefited from a rigorous education in early childhood. D. Locke's ideas about educating children were not entirely his own.