Locke: Political Essays
Cambridge University Press, 1997 - 409 من الصفحات
We know more about the development of John Locke's ideas than we do about almost any other philosopher's before modern times. This book brings together a comprehensive collection of the writings on politics and society that stand outside the canonical works which Locke published during his lifetime. In the aftermath of the Revolution of 1688 the three works by which he is chiefly known appeared: the Two Treatises of Government, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and A Letter Concerning Toleration, and the themes raised in these works had been reflected upon over many years. Mark Goldie's edition makes possible the fullest exploration of the evolution of Locke's ideas concerning the philosophical foundations of morality and sociability, the boundary of church and state, the shaping of constitutions, and the conduct of government and public policy.
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First Tract on Government 1660
Second Tract on Government c 1662
Essays on the Law of Nature 16634
An Essay on Toleration 1667
The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina 1669
An Essay on the Poor Law 1697
Verses on Cromwell and the Dutch War 1654
Adversaria A c 1670?
Virtue B 1681
Ecclesia c 1682
Pacific Christians 1688
Ethica A 1692
Punitive Justice 1695
Extract from Draft B 1671 of Human
Extract from Critical Notes on Stillingfleet 1681
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