John Locke: problems and perspectives a collection of new essays; edited by John W. Yolton.

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Main Author: Yolton, John W.
Format: Government Document eBook
Published: London, Cambridge U.P., 1969.
Table of Contents:
  • John Locke's conception of freedom / Raymond Polin
  • Locke, liberalism and nationalism / M. Seliger
  • Locke and English liberalism: the Second Treatise of Government in its contemporary setting / Esmond S. De Beer
  • The politics of Locke in England and America in the eighteenth century / John Dunn
  • The family and the origins of the state in Locke's political philosophy / Gordon J. Schochet
  • The state of nature and the nature of man in Locke / Hans Aarsleff
  • John Locke, the great recoinage, and the origins of the Board of Trade: 1695-1698 / Peter Laslett
  • Locke, Newton and the two cultures / James L. Axtell
  • The science of nature / John W. Yolton
  • Faith and knowledge in Locke's philosophy / Richard Ashcraft
  • What is a nominal essence the essence of? / W. von Leyden
  • The essayist in his Essay / Rosalie Colie
  • Some observations on recent Locke scholarship / Hans Aarsleff.