A Companion to Locke (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)

A Companion to Locke (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)


This number of 28 unique essays examines the varied scope of John Locke’s contributions as a celebrated thinker, empiricist, and father of recent political theory.

  • Explores the impression of Locke’s proposal and writing throughout more than a few fields together with epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of technology, political idea, schooling, faith, and economics
  • Delves into crucial Lockean subject matters, comparable to innate principles, conception, average forms, unfastened will, ordinary rights, spiritual toleration, and political liberalism
  • Identifies the political, philosophical, and spiritual contexts within which Locke’s perspectives built, with views from today’s top philosophers and scholars
  • Offers an exceptional reference of Locke’s contributions and his endured influence

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