The Complete Works of John Locke (Inline Footnotes)
John Locke was an English philosopher and physician who is considered one of the most influential figures in the development of modern Western philosophy. Born in 1632 in Somerset, England, Locke's ideas had a profound impact on a wide range of fields, including politics, economics, education, and epistemology.
Locke is perhaps best known for his theory of the social contract, which suggests that government derives its authority from the consent of the governed. He argued that all individuals are endowed with natural rights, including the rights to life, liberty, and property, and that it is the responsibility of government to protect these rights.
In addition to his political philosophy, Locke is also known for his contributions to epistemology, or the theory of knowledge. He argued that knowledge is derived from experience, and that the human mind is a blank slate, or "tabula rasa," at birth. This idea had a profound impact on the development of empiricism, a school of thought that emphasizes the role of experience in the acquisition of knowledge.
Locke's ideas continue to be studied and debated by scholars around the world, and his influence can be seen in a wide range of fields, from political theory to education to economics. His work remains an important part of the Western philosophical canon, and his ideas continue to inform discussions about the nature of government, the role of the individual in society, and the limits of human knowledge.
The Complete Works of John Locke
Ebook comes with a main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents.
The Books and Essays.
Two Treatises Of Government. (Inline Footnotes)
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding.
A Letter Concerning Toleration. (Inline Footnotes)
A Second Letter Concerning Toleration.
A Third For Concerning Toleration.
A Fourth Letter For Toleration.
Some Considerations On The Consequences Of The Lowering Of Interest And The Raising Of The Value Of Money.
Some Thoughts Concerning Education.
A Defence Of Mr. Locke’s Opinion Concerning Personal Identity.
Further Considerations Considering Raising The Value Of Money.
Short Observations On A Printed Paper, Entitled For Encouraging The Coinage Of Silver Money In England, And After For Keeping It There.
The Reasonableness Of Christianity, As Delivered In The Scriptures.
A Vindication Of The Reasonableness Of Christianity.
Some Thoughts Concerning Reading And Study For A Gentleman.
A Paraphrase And Notes On The Epistles Of St. Paul To The Galatians, Corinthians, Romans, Ephesians (1705-1707)
A Second Vindication Of The Reasonableness Of Christianity.
Some Thoughts On The Conduct Of The Understanding. (1706)
Elements Of Natural Philosophy.
A New Method Of A Common-Place-Book. Translated Out Of The French From The Second Volume Of The Bibliotheque Universelle.
Of The Conduct Of The Understanding. Advertisement To The Reader.
An Examination Of P. Malebranche’s Opinion Of Seeing All Things In God.
A Discourse Of Miracles.
Memoirs Relating To The Life Of Anthony First Earl Of Shaftesbury.
The Character Of Mr. Locke.
The Fundamental Constitutions Of Carolina.
Rules Of Precedency.
Observations Upon The Growth And Culture Of Vines And Olives.
The Whole History Of Navigation.
Hic Secundus Ventus Nunc Est, Cape Modo Versoriam.
A Catalogue And Character Of Most Books Of Voyages And Travels.
An Account Of The Books Contained In This Collection.
The Letters and Journal.
The Life and Letters of John Locke. by Lord Peter King. (Inline Footnotes)
John Locke. by Pierre Des Maizeaux.
Locke By Alexander, Campbell Fraser. (Inline footnotes)
John Locke by Leslie Stephen.
Locke By Samuel Alexander. (Inline footnotes)
Locke By Thomas Fowler. (Inline footnotes)