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The selected political writings of John Locke : texts, background selections, sources, interpretations, edited by Paul E. Sigmund

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The selected political writings of John Locke : texts, background selections, sources, interpretations
Title
The selected political writings of John Locke
Title remainder
texts, background selections, sources, interpretations
Statement of responsibility
edited by Paul E. Sigmund
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Language
eng
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DLC
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1632-1704
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Locke, John
Dewey number
320.51/2
Index
no index present
LC call number
JC153
LC item number
.L793 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Sigmund, Paul E
Series statement
A Norton critical edition
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  • Locke, John
  • Political science
  • Politische Philosophie
Label
The selected political writings of John Locke : texts, background selections, sources, interpretations, edited by Paul E. Sigmund
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The selected political writings of John Locke. Two treatises on government ; The second treatise of government ; A letter concerning toleration. -- Background selections. Essays on the law of nature (1663-64) ; An essay concerning human understanding (1671-90) ; from The reasonableness of Christianity (1695). -- Sources. Richard Hooker -- Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity (1593) ; Hugo Grotius -- On the law of war and peace (1625) ; Thomas Hobbes -- Leviathan (1651) ; Samuel von Pufendorf -- On the law of nature and of nations (1672) ; Sir Robert Filmer -- Patriarcha or the natural power of kings defending against the unnatural liberty of the people (1680)
  • Interpretations. Locke as Hobbesian hedonist: Leo Strauss -- from Natural rights and history, John Yolton -- Strauss on Locke's Law of nature, A. John Simmons -- from The Lockean theory of rights ; Locke as apologist for capitalism: C.B. Macpherson -- Locke and possessive individualism, Alan Ryan -- Locke and the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie ; Equality and majority rule in Locke: Paul E. Sigmund -- Equality, legitimacy, and majority rule in Locke: continuity and change, Jeremy Waldron -- from God, Locke, and equality ; Locke as collectivist: James Tully -- Property and obligation to Locke, Jeremy Waldron -- Locke's discussion of property ; Lockean individualism: atomistic or social?: Charles Taylor -- The "punctual" self: Locke and atomistic instrumentalism, Ruth Grant -- Locke's political anthropology and Lockean individualism ; Consent and representation: genuine or fictitious? A. John Simmons -- The meaning of consent in Locke, Geraint Parry -- Locke on representation in politics ; Locke as a revolutionary?: Richard Ashcraft -- Radicalism and Lockean political theory, Mark Goldie -- Conservative revolutionary or social democrat? ; Religion and politics: W.M. Spellman -- Locke and original sin, John Dunn -- The claim to freedom of conscience: freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom or worship, David Wootton -- An evaluation of Locke's argument against persecution ; Women and slavery: liberal or conservative?: James Farr -- "So vile and miserable an estate": the problem of slavery in Locke's political thought, Melissa Butler -- Early liberal roots of feminism: John Locke and the attack on patriarchy ; Locke in America: Steven M. Dworetz -- Locke, liberalism, and the American Revolution
Control code
ocm56419414
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxix, 404 p.
Isbn
9780393964516
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2004058330
System control number
(OCoLC)56419414
Label
The selected political writings of John Locke : texts, background selections, sources, interpretations, edited by Paul E. Sigmund
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The selected political writings of John Locke. Two treatises on government ; The second treatise of government ; A letter concerning toleration. -- Background selections. Essays on the law of nature (1663-64) ; An essay concerning human understanding (1671-90) ; from The reasonableness of Christianity (1695). -- Sources. Richard Hooker -- Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity (1593) ; Hugo Grotius -- On the law of war and peace (1625) ; Thomas Hobbes -- Leviathan (1651) ; Samuel von Pufendorf -- On the law of nature and of nations (1672) ; Sir Robert Filmer -- Patriarcha or the natural power of kings defending against the unnatural liberty of the people (1680)
  • Interpretations. Locke as Hobbesian hedonist: Leo Strauss -- from Natural rights and history, John Yolton -- Strauss on Locke's Law of nature, A. John Simmons -- from The Lockean theory of rights ; Locke as apologist for capitalism: C.B. Macpherson -- Locke and possessive individualism, Alan Ryan -- Locke and the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie ; Equality and majority rule in Locke: Paul E. Sigmund -- Equality, legitimacy, and majority rule in Locke: continuity and change, Jeremy Waldron -- from God, Locke, and equality ; Locke as collectivist: James Tully -- Property and obligation to Locke, Jeremy Waldron -- Locke's discussion of property ; Lockean individualism: atomistic or social?: Charles Taylor -- The "punctual" self: Locke and atomistic instrumentalism, Ruth Grant -- Locke's political anthropology and Lockean individualism ; Consent and representation: genuine or fictitious? A. John Simmons -- The meaning of consent in Locke, Geraint Parry -- Locke on representation in politics ; Locke as a revolutionary?: Richard Ashcraft -- Radicalism and Lockean political theory, Mark Goldie -- Conservative revolutionary or social democrat? ; Religion and politics: W.M. Spellman -- Locke and original sin, John Dunn -- The claim to freedom of conscience: freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom or worship, David Wootton -- An evaluation of Locke's argument against persecution ; Women and slavery: liberal or conservative?: James Farr -- "So vile and miserable an estate": the problem of slavery in Locke's political thought, Melissa Butler -- Early liberal roots of feminism: John Locke and the attack on patriarchy ; Locke in America: Steven M. Dworetz -- Locke, liberalism, and the American Revolution
Control code
ocm56419414
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxix, 404 p.
Isbn
9780393964516
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2004058330
System control number
(OCoLC)56419414

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