John Locke: Selected Correspondence By Mark Goldie, John Locke Selected primary works on economics. John Locke Selected primary works on economics A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin With application to our present circumstances. The Selected Political Writings by John Locke May , John Locke was an English philosopher Locke is considered the first of the British Empiricists, but is equally important to social contract theory Locke is considered the first of the British Empiricists, but is equally important to social contract theory. Selected Works of John Locke Constitution Society Selected Works of John Locke The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina , John Locke Proposed constitution for the Carolinas, which then covered much of the territory from what became Virginia through Georgia. The Selected Political Writings of John Locke John Locke May , The Selected Political Writings of John Locke by John Locke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Works of John Locke in Nine Volumes Online Library Works of John Locke, vol The Works of John Locke, vol Economic Writings and Two Treatises of Government The Works, vol Four Letters concerning Toleration The Works, vol The Reasonableness of Christianity The Works, vol Essays and Notes on St Paul s Epistles John Locke Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Fashion for the most part is nothing but the ostentation of riches.
John Locke 1632 1704 was a prolific correspondent and left behind him over 3,600 letters, a collection almost unmatched in pre modern times A man of insatiable curiosity and wide social connections, his letters open up the cultural, social, intellectual, and political worlds of the later Stuart age Spanning half a century, they mark the transition from the era of revolJohn Locke 1632 1704 was a prolific correspondent and left behind him over 3,600 letters, a collection almost unmatched in pre modern times A man of insatiable curiosity and wide social connections, his letters open up the cultural, social, intellectual, and political worlds of the later Stuart age Spanning half a century, they mark the transition from the era of revolutionary Puritanism to the dawn of the Enlightenment Locke is chiefly known as a philosopher, a theorist of empiricism in his Essay Concerning Human Understanding, a theorist of liberalism in his Two Treatises of Government, and a theorist of religious toleration in his Letter concerning Toleration But his interests extended further still, to education, medicine, finance, theology, empire, and the natural world He was a Fellow of the early Royal Society He received letters from scholars in Paris and Amsterdam, from colonial administrators in Virginia, from aristocrats and shopkeepers, from children, from tenants, from politicians, from philosophic women, from astronomers, chemists, and physicists He is one of the first people whose correspondence is as far flung as North America, India, and China A friend of Anglican archbishops and of freethinking anticlericals, of Isaac Newton and Robert Boyle, of William Molyneux the virtuoso of Dublin, of Jean LeClerc of Amsterdam, and of Damaris Masham, Locke stood in the midst of the Republic of Letters This book brings together 245 of the most important and revealing letters Half of them are letters written by Locke twelve per cent of the total number surviving , the other half are letters written to him If Locke s place is already secure among those who explore philosophy and political ideas, these letters will give Locke a new presence among those who are interested in the social and cultural worlds of seventeenth century Britain.