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  1. Now & Then: a Donovan Creed Novel by John Locke, 2010-05-11
  2. Locke: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by John Dunn, 2003-07-31
  3. The Work of John Locke by John Locke, 2010-01-20
  4. Some Thoughts Concerning Education (Optimized for Kindle) by John Locke, 2004-06-04
  5. John Locke: Resistance, Religion and Responsibility (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History) by John Marshall, 1994-09-30
  6. Letter Concerning Toleration and Other Writings, A (The Thomas Hollis Library) by John Locke, 2010-09-30
  7. The Reasonableness of Christianity, and A Discourse of Miracles (Library of Modern Religious Thought) by John Locke, 1958-06-01
  8. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (Optimized For Kindle) by John Locke, John Locke Book Collection, 2004-07-04
  9. John Locke: Writings on Religion by John Locke, 2002-08-29
  10. John Locke and the Ethics of Belief (Cambridge Studies in Religion and Critical Thought) by Nicholas Wolterstorff, 1996-01-26
  11. Essay Concerning Human Understanding: v. 2 (Everyman Paperbacks) by John Locke, 1972-11-09
  12. Bureaucracy and Public Economics (The John Locke Series) by William A. Niskanen, 1996-06
  13. The Works of John Locke: An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (complete), The Second Treatise on Civil Government (Halcyon Classics) by John Locke, 2009-06-23
  14. Philosophical Writing: Locke, Berkeley, Hume by John J. Richetti, 1983-07-29

41. John Locke
A list of events that influenced Locke s life.
John Locke (1632-1704)
"Though the familiar use of the Things about us, takes off our Wonder; yet it cures not our Ignorance."
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (III. vi. 9) "...he that will not give just occasion to think that all government in the world is the product only of force and violence, and that men live together by no other rules but that of beasts, where the strongest carries it...must of necessity find another rise of government, another original of political power..."
-from The Second Treatise of Civil Government John Locke was an Oxford scholar, medical researcher and physician, political operative, economist and idealogue for a revolutionary movement, as well as being one of the great philosophers of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century. His monumental Essay Concerning Human Understanding aims to determine the limits of human understanding. Earlier writers such as Chillingworth had argued that human understanding was limited, Locke tries to determine what those limits are. We can, he thinks, know with certainty that God exists. We can also know about morality with the same precision we know about mathematics, because we are the creators of moral and political ideas. In regard to natural substances we can know only the appearances and not the underlying realities which produce those appearances. Still, the atomic hypothesis with its attendant distinction between primary and secondary qualities is the most plausible available hypothesis. Locke's

42. Locke, John | Definition Of Locke, John | Online Dictionary
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43. DOLHENTY ARCHIVE: John Locke, Philosopher Of Liberty
Extensive biography about the British political philosopher. Focuses on his political theories.
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44. John Locke —
Encyclopedia Locke, John. Locke, John (lok) , 1632 – 1704, English philosopher, founder of British empiricism. Locke summed up the Enlightenment in his belief in the middle

45. John Locke
Biographical information.
John Locke
David Cody , Associate Professor of English, Hartwick College
Victorian Web Home Religion Philosophy ohn Locke, the great English proponent of what John Stuart Mill would call "the analytic philosophy of mind," and the "father of English empiricism ," was born in 1632 at Wrinton in Somerset. The son of a Puritan attorney, he was educated by Puritans at Westminster and studied mathematics and medicine at Christ Church College at Oxford, still a bastion of Royalist sympathies. He held various academic posts there, and became physician and confidential adviser to the Whig first earl of Shaftesbury, in whose house he came to live in 1667. He held a number of official positions until he was expelled from England in 1684 for supposed complicity in Shaftesbury's plots. He then travelled in France and took up residence in Holland, where he came to the attention of the then Prince of Orange, who would shortly become William III. After William had assumed the throne of England Locke came back into favor, and became commisioner of appeals, an advisor on coinage, and a member of the council of trade. His two Treatises on Govemment

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48. John Locke's Letter On Toleration
William Popple s translation of this 1689 piece by Locke, concerning the need for Christians to be tolerant. Presented as a single page.
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A Letter Concerning Toleration
by John Locke
translated by William Popple
Honoured Sir, Footnotes * Luke 22. 25. *(2) II Tim. 2. 19. *(3) Luke 22. 32. *(4) Rom. I. Footnotes * Gal. 5. The commonwealth seems to me to be a society of men constituted only for the procuring, preserving, and advancing their own civil interests. Civil interests I call life, liberty, health, and indolency of body; and the possession of outward things, such as money, lands, houses, furniture, and the like. It is the duty of the civil magistrate, by the impartial execution of equal laws, to secure unto all the people in general and to every one of his subjects in particular the just possession of these things belonging to this life. If anyone presume to violate the laws of public justice and equity, established for the preservation of those things, his presumption is to be checked by the fear of punishment, consisting of the deprivation or diminution of those civil interests, or goods, which otherwise he might and ought to enjoy. But seeing no man does willingly suffer himself to be punished by the deprivation of any part of his goods, and much less of his liberty or life, therefore, is the magistrate armed with the force and strength of all his subjects, in order to the punishment of those that violate any other man's rights. Now that the whole jurisdiction of the magistrate reaches only to these civil concernments, and that all civil power, right and dominion, is bounded and confined to the only care of promoting these things; and that it neither can nor ought in any manner to be extended to the salvation of souls, these following considerations seem unto me abundantly to demonstrate.

49. Locke, John Summary |
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50. John Locke - Of The Conduct Of The Understanding
Text presented by Columbia University. Includes biographical and introductory material.

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52. Second Treatise Of Government By John Locke - Project Gutenberg
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53. John Locke - Essay Concerning Human Understanding - 'Squashed Philosophers' Abri
The Condensed Edition of John Locke s Essay Concerning Human Understanding
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"I have always thought the actions of men the best interpreters of their thoughts" Reading time: about 70 minutes
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The "Father of English empiricism," was born in 1632 at Wrinton in Somerset, son of a Puritan lawyer, and became an Oxford academic and advisor to the Whig first earl of Shaftesbury. His Treatises on Government, in which he denied the Divine Right of Kings, were taken to be incitements to Shaftesbury's plots and the 'Glorious Revolution', leading him to be exiled to France and Holland. When the Prince of Orange become William III of England, Locke returned to become commissioner of appeals, and an advisor on coinage.
The genius of the 'Essay' is in its assertion that men acquire knowledge not through divine revelation or because they possess innate ideas, but because the senses permit him to learn from the external world, and put him in touch with reality. Like Locke's politics, much of this seems accepted wisdom now, but that is what genius makes happen. ABOUT THIS SQUASHED EDITION
As the original extends to some 300,000 words, this squashed version is a severe abridgement, the more so as Locke, unlike many others, is not especially repetetive.

54. Locke, John | Locke, John Information | HighBeam Research - FREE Trial
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55. Locke, John - HDP - Par Marcel Stoessel
Br ve pr sentation de la vie et de la pens e du philosophe par Marcel Stoessel.
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John Locke (1632 1704)
Contrairement Hobbes , qui est un individualiste autoritaire et croit quil faut sacrifier la libert pour gagner la paix, John Locke est un individualiste libral. Il ne croit pas dans un Lviathan avec autorit absolue, mais au contraire, il vise liminer le despotisme, liminer larbitraire. Il ne faut pas sacrifier, il faut conserver la libert. Locke est un prcurseur du libralisme politique (et, dans une moindre forme, conomique), un prcurseur des Lumires, et un thoricien politique de la rvolution anglaise (
Sa vie
John Locke tudie la mdecine, puis il devient le conseiller de Charles II. Il sjourne en France et dveloppe une haine contre les tyrans du type Louis XIV. N 44 ans aprs Hobbes , il vit aussi la tempte autour de Cromwell. Mais de la guerre civile anglaise, il tirera bien dautres conclusions. Accus de conspiration, Locke se rfugie au Pays-Bas en 1683. Finalement, dans la Rvolution Whig de 1688, la libert, la religion protestante, et surtout : le Parlement, lemportent. Locke offert sa thorie aux Whigs victorieux.
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56. Locke, John Quotes On Quotations Book
John Locke (August 29, 1632October 28, 1704) was a 17thcentury English philosopher. He developed the Lockean social contract, which included the ideas of a state of nature

57. Filosofa Y Educacin - Cuaderno De Materiales
Introducci n al pensamiento de Locke. Por Felipe Gim nez, en Cuaderno de Materiales.
Filosofa y educacin Lecciones sobre John Locke.
Felipe Gimnez. Profesor de filosofa de IES. 1. Gnoseologa. Lmites del entendimiento humano. Locke (1632-1704) considera que todos nuestros conocimientos provienen de la experiencia, de ella se derivan y a ella se reducen. La filosofa de Locke se dirige contra las ideas innatas, contra el apriorismo. Locke pretende dar razn de conceptos tales como causa, sustancia, a partir del anlisis de los sense data, un anlisis psicolgico. Este anlisis es el tribunal que evala la validez y los lmites del entendimiento humano, as como la validez y los lmites de los conocimientos de los que ste dispone. El valor objetivo de los conocimientos queda justificado desde el supuesto de la realidad de los dos polos del conocimiento: conciencia y mundo exterior. Acepta la trascendencia del conocimiento, al que llega a describir como la "copia (picture) que nuestras ideas deben ser respecto de sus objetos (Essay, II, 8, 15, II, 25, 6).

58. Ohio History Central - Locke, John
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59. Locke
Sinopsis del pensamiento del fil sofo empirista. Con enlaces de inter s para estudiantes de historia de la filosof a de bachillerato.
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60. Locke, John | Define Locke, John At
Cultural Dictionary Locke, John definition A seventeenthcentury English philosopher . Locke argued against the belief that human beings are born with certain ideas already in, John?fromRef=true

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