The Works of John Locke
Cosimo, Inc., 2008 M01 1 - 512 páginas
From the American and French revolutions to modern theories of consciousness to contemporary entertainment (the hit TV series Lost features a character named John Locke who espouses Lockeian concepts), the influence of English philosopher JOHN LOCKE (16321704) falls wide and deep over Western culture. Yet his writings are less familiar to even serious readers and students of philosophy than that of other great thinkers of recent centuries. Here, Cosimo proudly presents, in 10 volumes, a replica of the 1801 tenth edition of Lockes collected works. Volume IV includes: [ A Letter to the Right Rev. Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester, concerning some Passages relating to Mr. Lockes Essay of Human Understanding, in a late Discourse of his Lordships in Vindication of the Trinity [ Mr. Lockes Reply to the Bishop of Worcesters Answer to his Letter [ An Answer to Remarks upon an Essay concerning Human Understanding [ Mr. Lockes Reply to the Bishop of Worcesters Answer to his second Letter
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