By John Locke
Largely considered as the daddy of Liberalism, John Locke was once an English thinker and essentially the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers, following the culture of Sir Francis Bacon. His paintings drastically affected the advance of epistemology and political philosophy. Locke’s conception of brain is frequently brought up because the foundation of contemporary conceptions of id as mere reminiscence and the self as a made of the personal actions, figuring prominently within the paintings of later philosophers resembling David Hume, Rousseau and Immanuel Kant. He used to be one of the proprietors of vital slavery corporations, however he wrote approximately human rights. This entire e-book offers Locke’s entire works, with various illustrations, infrequent texts showing in electronic print for the 1st time, informative introductions and the standard Delphi bonus fabric. (Version 1)
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AN ESSAY touching on HUMAN UNDERSTANDING
A LETTER pertaining to TOLERATION, 1689
A moment LETTER bearing on TOLERATION
A 3rd LETTER FOR TOLERATION
A FOURTH LETTER FOR TOLERATION
TWO TREATISES OF GOVERNMENT
SOME concerns at the results OF THE decreasing OF curiosity AND THE elevating OF the price OF MONEY
FURTHER issues contemplating elevating the price OF MONEY
SHORT OBSERVATIONS ON a published PAPER, ENTITLED FOR ENCOURAGING THE COINAGE OF SILVER funds IN ENGLAND, AND AFTER FOR retaining IT THERE
SOME suggestions referring to EDUCATION
THE REASONABLENESS OF CHRISTIANITY, AS introduced within the SCRIPTURES
A VINDICATION OF THE REASONABLENESS OF CHRISTIANITY
A moment VINDICATION OF THE REASONABLENESS OF CHRISTIANITY
A PARAPHRASE AND NOTES at the EPISTLES OF ST. PAUL TO THE GALATIANS, 1 and a pair of CORINTHIANS, ROMANS, EPHESIANS
SOME strategies at the behavior OF THE UNDERSTANDING
MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS OF JOHN LOCKE
THE POEMS OF JOHN LOCKE
THE lifetime of JOHN LOCKE through PIERRE DES MAIZEAUX
JOHN LOCKE by way of LESLIE STEPHEN
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CHAPTER II. OF THE SIGNIFICATION OF WORDS. CHAPTER III. OF GENERAL TERMS. CHAPTER IV. OF THE NAMES OF SIMPLE IDEAS. CHAPTER V. OF THE NAMES OF MIXED MODES AND RELATIONS. CHAPTER VI. OF THE NAMES OF SUBSTANCES. CHAPTER VII. OF PARTICLES. CHAPTER VIII. OF ABSTRACT AND CONCRETE TERMS. CHAPTER IX. OF THE IMPERFECTION OF WORDS. CHAPTER X. OF THE ABUSE OF WORDS. CHAPTER XI. OF THE REMEDIES OF THE FOREGOING IMPERFECTIONS AND ABUSES OF WORDS. BOOK IV. OF KNOWLEDGE AND PROBABILITY SYNOPSIS OF THE FOURTH BOOK.
5. Our Capacity suited to our State and Concerns. For though the comprehension of our understandings comes exceeding short of the vast extent of things, yet we shall have cause enough to magnify the bountiful Author of our being, for that proportion and degree of knowledge he has bestowed on us, so far above all the rest of the inhabitants of this our mansion. Men have reason to be well satisfied with what God hath thought fit for them, since he hath given them (as St. Peter says) [words in Greek], whatsoever is necessary for the conveniences of life and information of virtue; and has put within the reach of their discovery, the comfortable provision for this life, and the way that leads to a better.
COMPLEX IDEAS OF SIMPLE MODES: — AND FIRST, OF THE SIMPLE MODES OF IDEA OF SPACE. CHAPTER XIV. IDEA OF DURATION AND ITS SIMPLE MODES. CHAPTER XV. IDEAS OF DURATION AND EXPANSION, CONSIDERED TOGETHER. CHAPTER XVI. IDEA OF NUMBER. CHAPTER XVII. OF INFINITY. CHAPTER XVIII. OTHER SIMPLE MODES. CHAPTER XIX. OF THE MODES OF THINKING. CHAPTER XX. OF MODES OF PLEASURE AND PAIN. CHAPTER XXI. OF POWER. CHAPTER XXII. OF MIXED MODES. CHAPTER XXIII. OF OUR COMPLEX IDEAS OF SUBSTANCES. CHAPTER XXIV. OF COLLECTIVE IDEAS OF SUBSTANCES.