Citations with the tag: LOCKE, John, 1632-1704

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  • The Reasonableness of Locke, or the Questionableness of Christianity.
    Rabieh, M.S. // Journal of Politics; Nov91, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p933 

    States that Locke's apparent affirmation of the truth of Christianity in `The Reasonableness of Christianity' conceals a demonstration of reason's inability to vindicate this truth. In `Reasonableness' Lock refashions Christianity into a support for his rational morality, and he vindicates the...

  • The First Liberal Democrat: Locke's Popular Government.
    Faulkner, Robert // Review of Politics; Winter2001, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p5 

    This article discusses the democratic side of Locke's political thought, which is generally not appreciated. How is it that Lockean constitutionalism is also "popular government." institutions, that is, but institutions considerably informed by a democratic spirit? The answer involves Locke's...

  • Liberal Impediments to Liberal Education: The Assent to Locke.
    Carrig, Joseph // Review of Politics; Winter2001, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p41 

    Some Thoughts Concerning Education, Locke's treatise on education, has yet to be fully integrated with his more familiar political and philosophical works. On the surface, there seems to be some tension between Locke's advice on how best to educate the young, and his prescriptions for political...

  • Was Locke a liberal?
    Huyler, Jerome // Independent Review; Spring97, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p523 

    Presents a commentary on the philosophy of John Locke, the father of modern liberalism. Analysis of Locke's life and thought; Basic premise of a liberal capitalist society; Locke's repudiation of the atomist viewpoint; Differentiation of liberalism from republicanism; Implications to...

  • The moral foundations of intangible property*.
    Child, James W. // Monist; Oct90, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p578 

    Focuses on author and philosopher John Locke's view regarding individual property ownership. Quote from author Virginia Held; Reference made to the Held-Barry thesis; Discussion on ownership in business enterprises.

  • A COUNTER-EXAMPLE TO LOCKE'S THESIS.
    Fine, Kit // Monist; Jul2000, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p357 

    Presents a more convincing counter-example to the thesis of John Locke which states that no two things of the same sort can be in the same place at the same time. Four points of the counter-example to Locke's thesis; Points of difference of the counter-example; Distinction in the second...

  • Equality, property, and the problem of partisanship: The Lockean constitution as mixed regime.
    Myers, Peter C. // Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy; Fall94, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p39 

    Discusses the superior realism of the Lockean approach to the problem of partisanship. Objections to John Locke's oligarchic and democratic partisanship; Merits of the Lockean approach; Complexity of Locke's constitutionalism.

  • Who Read John Locke?
    Romanell, Patrick // American Scholar; Summer90, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p475 

    Presents a letter to the editor in response to 'Who Read John Locke? Words and Acts in the American Revolution,' by historians Oscar and Lilian Handlin, published in the Autumn 1989 issue.

  • John Locke, Rebel With a Cause.
    Walker, Lewis J. // On Wall Street; Jul99, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p78 

    Pays tribute to John Locke, a 17th-century great philosopher in England. Basis of the political and moral theory he developed; Brief biography; Natural rights he emphasized.

  • Toleration and relativism: The Locke-Proast exchange.
    Wolfson, Adam // Review of Politics; Spring97, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p213 

    Focuses on how John Locke dealt with the suggestions that relativism and toleration is similar and his defense for toleration against Jonas Proast's belief that toleration would develop into moral relativism. How Locke refutes Proast's arguments; Description of Locke's arguments.

  • John Locke and the argument against strict separation.
    McCabe, David // Review of Politics; Spring97, Vol. 59 Issue 2, p233 

    Presents arguments put froward by John Locke, regarding the suggestion by contemporary liberals in their defense of strict separation between church and state with the principle of liberal neutrality. Why Locke is against strict separation; Connection between strict separation and liberal...

  • Who Read John Locke?
    Romanell, Patrick // American Scholar; Summer90, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p475 

    Presents a letter to the editor in response to 'Who Read John Locke? Words and Acts in the American Revolution,' by historians Oscar and Lilian Handlin, published in the Autumn 1989 issue.

  • Who Read John Locke?
    Greene, Donald // American Scholar;  

    Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article 'Who Read John Locke,' by Oscar and Lilian Handlin.

  • Who Read John Locke?
    Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. // American Scholar;  

    Presents a letter to the editor in response to the article 'Who Read John Locke,' by Oscar and Lilian Handlin in the Autumn 1989 issue.

  • Who Read John Locke?
    Handlin, Oscar; Handlin, Lilian // American Scholar;  

    Presents the authors' response to a letter to the editor concerning their article about John Locke.

  • John Locke's questions concerning the law of nature: A commentary.
    Horwitz, Robert; Zuckert, Michael // Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy; Spring92, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p251 

    Presents a commentary on the unpublished text by Robert Horwitz, edited after his death by Michael Zuckert. Included is introduction to the text of Locke's ` Questions Concerning the Law of Nature.' The `Questions' are translated and interpreted in summaries; The discussion of reason itself;...

  • LOCKE IS KEY.
    Lachel, Darrel // American Conservative; 5/7/2007, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p2 

    A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article about the reader's confusion why John Locke is not mentioned in David Gordon's discussion concerning right to property in the March 26, 2007 issue.

  • A new look at personal identity.
    Hamilton, Andy // Philosophical Quarterly; Jul95, Vol. 45 Issue 180, p332 

    Discusses the concept of personal identity and views of Locke about the same. Author's opinion about various criteria of judging personal identity; claims of various philosophers about the concept of personal identity.

  • Locke and limits on land ownership.
    Shrader-Frechette, Kristin // Journal of the History of Ideas; Apr-Jun93, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p201 

    Provides a revisionist analysis of Locke's theory of property rights. Locke's justification of property rights; Traditional interpretations of Locke's theory; Labor and limits on property in land; Property, the original community, and natural law; Eternal rule of the law of nature prior to the...

  • The English Way.
    Walker, Lewis J. // On Wall Street; May99, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p83 

    The article discusses how the history of England gave way to the emergence of the United States. Political and economic system that the United States produced as a result of the events in England from the 15th to the early 17th century; Political philosophy expounded by John Locke in England.

  • Good fences and good neighbors: John Locke's positive doctrine of toleration.
    Wilhelm, Anthony G. // Political Research Quarterly; Mar99, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p145 

    Presents a reconstruction of philosopher John Locke's doctrine of toleration. Moral right to toleration; Right to care for one's own civil and religious ends; Duty to tolerate others by cultivating a spirit of mutual assistance.

  • Locke and feminism on private and public realms of activities.
    Walsh, Mary B. // Review of Politics; Spring95, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p251 

    Discusses John Locke's views concerning private and public realms of activities in response to feminist criticisms on his works. Criticisms of Locke's views on patriarchy; Features of the feminist critique of Locke; Locke's liberal distinction between public and private.

  • 'We the People': John Locke, Collective Constitutional Rights, and Standing to Challenge Government Action.
    Doernberg, Donald L. // California Law Review; Jan1985, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p52 

    Proposes a bifurcated standing doctrine in constitutional cases. Influence of John Locke on American political thought; Collective constitutional rights and their implications for the doctrine of standing; First three words of the preamble to the constitution that suggest one element unique to...

  • Conservative Postmodernism, Postmodern Conservatism.
    Lawler, Peter Augustine // Intercollegiate Review; Fall2002, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16 

    Discusses conservative postmodernism and postmodern conservatism. Description of a modern individual; Opposition of conservative postmodernism to liberated postmodernism; Connection of the modern individual to the Christian religion; Information on John Locke's state of nature; Aim of...

  • Public Opinion and the Classical Tradition: A Re-evaluation.
    Noelle-Neumann, Elisabeth // Public Opinion Quarterly; Summer79, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p143 

    Assesses the concept of public opinion. Level of terminology outlined by sociologist, John Locke; Advantages of public opinion on society; Effect of public opinion on democracy.

  • Toward `perfect collections of properties': Locke on the constitution of substantial sorts.
    Shapiro, Lionel // Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Dec99, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p551 

    Tackles philosopher John Locke's propositions on how to pursue the perfection of one class of ideas. Ways to enlarge knowledge contained in Locke's `Essay Concerning Human Understanding'; Locke's claims about the `properties' of substantial sorts; Purposes served by Locke's injunction to...

  • Locke, expressivism, conditionals.
    Jackson, F.; Pettit, P. // Analysis; Jan2003, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p86 

    Focuses on the concept of expressivism in ethics. Comments of philosopher, John Locke on expressivism; Agreements of philosophers on the expressivism of square; Arguments against expressivism in ethics.

  • Is there a Lockean argument against expressivism?
    Smith, M.; Stoljar, D. // Analysis; Jan2003, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p76 

    Analyzes the criticism of expressivism in ethics by philosopher, John Locke. Arguments of philosophers on features of expressivism; Objection to the Lockean arguments against expressivism; Reasons for the failure of Lockean arguments.

  • Person, Substance, Mode and 'the moral Man' in Locke's Philosophy.
    Lolordo, Antonia // Canadian Journal of Philosophy; Dec2010, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p643 

    The article discusses the philosophy of John Locke towards person, substance, and "the moral Man." It says that Locke depicts persons as modes, which accordingly represented by complex ideas, whereas the idea of a person is the idea of a mode rather than the idea of a substance. However, it...

  • Preface to Liberalism: Locke's First Treatise and the Bible.
    Faulkner, Robert // Review of Politics; Summer2005, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p451 

    The article discusses the political-theological problem in the "First Treatise of Government," of John Locke. The way by which the primacy of the biblical God is undermined in the treatise is discussed. The revision of the biblical fundamentals to permit a more reasonable and civil faith, is...

  • Poland's Influence on Thomas Jefferson.
    Nowak, Martin S. // Polish American Journal; Jul2012, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p5 

    The article reports that Thomas Jefferson, the author of the book "American Declaration of Independence," was greatly influenced by the writings of the Englishman John Locke which focused on the thoughts and ideas of the Socinians, a religious sect in Po-land in the late 1600s.

  • Reconsidering Lockean Rights Theory: A Reply to My Critics.
    Zuckert, Michael // Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy; Summer2005, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p257 

    Shares the author's reconsideration on the theory of British liberal philosopher John Locke with regards on rights. Argumentation on rights as prior to equality; Formulation on the distinction between deontological and consequentialist arguments; Connection of freedom and happiness in the...

  • Errant paradox.
    Galeano, Eduardo // New Internationalist; May2008, Issue 411, p33 

    The author discusses paradoxes throughout human history. He notes the publication of his book "Mirrors" and comments on how many innovations such as writing and algebra were created in Iraq. He notes that several figures in U.S. history such as Robert Carter and Gouverneur Morris have been...

  • JUSTICIA VERSUS CARIDAD EN LA TEORÍA DE LA PROPIEDAD DE LOCKE.
    Udi, Juliana // Revista Latinoamericana de Filosofia; oto2012, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p65 

    In this paper I identify two different lockean concepts of justice -"proprietary justice" and "justice as fairness"– and examine the relationship between each of them and charity in John Locke's theory of property. As I try to show, in both cases Locke considers that charity may have...

  • Nations, Liberalism, and Science.
    Lawler, Peter Augustine // New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology & Society; Winter2009, Vol. 23, p81 

    The article explores whether liberalism threatens the existence of the nation. It provides an overview of the conflict in how liberalism view citizenship and how political loyalty and citizenship support political devotion. It discusses the role of Christianity in the development of liberalism....

  • John Locke Icon of Liberty.
    Goldie, Mark // History Today; Oct2004, Vol. 54 Issue 10, p31 

    Traces the ways in which people across the political spectrum have used and abused the ideas of British philosopher John Locke. Implications of the bust of Locke commissioned by Caroline of Ansbach in her hermitage in Richmond; Depiction of Locke by radical publisher Thomas Holles; Contribution...

  • AFTER LIBERALISM.
    Goldie, Mark // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life; Nov2012, Issue 227, p9 

    A response is presented to two letters to the editor in the issue about the author's article "Unsustainable Liberalism," published in the August/September 2012 issue, in which he examined the political philosophy of John Locke, Liberalism, and its connection to the philosophy of Thomas Hobbes.

  • Trade, plantations, and property: John Locke and the economic defense of colonialism.
    Arneil, Barbara // Journal of the History of Ideas;  

    Discusses John Locke's views on colonialism. Study of Locke's work `Two Treatises of Government'; Involvement in the development of colonial policy; Opposition to colonialism; Economic aspects of colonialism; Historical and philosophical links between English liberalism and colonial enterprise.

  • Locke's Accidental Church: The Letter Concerning Toleration and the Church's Witness to the State.
    Perry, John // Journal of Church & State; Spring2005, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p269 

    Examines John Locke's philosophy for religious toleration referencing the document "Letter Concerning Toleration." Background of Locke's arguments regarding toleration; Religious and temporal role of morality; Limitations of Locke's theology.

  • Introduction: Islam and Just War Tradition.
    Ilesanmi, Simeon O. // Journal of Church & State; Jan2011, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p1 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including Muslim Liberalism and the philosopher John Locke, the book "Arguing the Just War in Islam," by John Kelsay is mentioned by several articles, and Islamic constitutional law.

  • TRAVEL LITERATURE, THE NEW WORLD, AND LOCKE ON SPECIES.
    CONNOLLY, Patrick J. // Society & Politics / Societate ÅŸi Politică; Apr2013, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p103 

    This paper examines the way in which Locke's deep and longstanding interest in the non-European world contributed to his views on species and their classification. The evidence for Locke's curiosity about the non-European world, especially his fascination with seventeenth-century travel...

  • John Locke and cultural relativism.
    Chase, Bob // Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy; Fall97, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p59 

    States that John Locke is not a prophet of extreme epistemological skepticism and radical cultural relativism. Why the fate of Enlightenment concept of an autonomous reason must be addressed in debates about the nature of modernity; Primary effect of the processes of human reasoning; Locke's...

  • The musical circle: The umwelt theory, as applied to zoomusicology.
    Martinelli, Dario // Sign Systems Studies; 2004, Vol. 32 Issue 1/2, p229 

    The purpose of the present article is to illustrate the crucial role played by the Umwelt theory in zoomusicological (and, more generally, zoosemiotic) studies. Too much, in fact too little, has been written on the relationship between non-human animals and music. Most of these writings do not...

  • Um ensaio sobre algumas categorias do pensamento filosófico-educacional de John Locke.
    Batista, Gustavo Araújo // Educação Unisinos; 2010, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p174 

    This text has as purpose to show some of the categories of John Locke's (1632-1704) philosophical and educational thinking, in order to make an essay of a possible way through which they would be related. In this way, these categories would be, in first instance, the elements that articulate his...

  • Reflections on Moral Decline in America: Consulting the Founding Fathers' Views on the Roles of Church and State in Crafting the Good Society.
    Davis, Derek H. // Journal of Church & State; Spring2000, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p237 

    Focuses on the views of the founding fathers on the role that the United States (U.S.) government should play in morality in the country. Belief of John Locke, a thinker, about the responsibility of the government; Pending bills in the U.S. Congress that would allow government money to fund...

  • Corrections to My Paper: John Locke on Personal Identity.
    Nimbalkar, Namita // Mens Sana Monographs; Jan-Dec2014, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p168 

    A correction to the article "John Locke on Personal Identity," that appeared in the 2011 issue is presented.

  • THE COMMUNITY OF KNOWLEDGE.
    Welbourne, Michael // Philosophical Quarterly; Oct81, Vol. 31 Issue 125, p302 

    Examines the dynamics of a community of knowledge. Community in John Locke's philosophy; Possibility and existence of such community; Relationship between knowledge and understanding within the context of a community.

  • Book reviews.
    Upton, Hugh // Philosophical Quarterly; Oct93, Vol. 43 Issue 173, p539 

    Reviews the book `John Locke: A Letter Concerning Toleration--In Focus,' edited by John Horton and Susan Mendus. Focus on short philosophical texts; Interest and historical importance; Translation of Locke's Latin text.

  • Locke's Neglected Teaching on Morality and the Family.
    West, Thomas // Society; Oct2013, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p472 

    The article discusses the neglected teaching of British philosopher John Locke on morality and the family. The author argues that Locke's thought has significantly influenced how Americans comprehend public life and this continues to be true despite contemporary conservative arguments that...

  • ‘Orozes, King of Albania’: An Unpublished Plot for a Stage Romance, by John Locke.
    McInnis, David // Review of English Studies; Apr2014, Vol. 65 Issue 269, p266 

    Bodleian MS Locke e. 6, a notebook that belonged to the philosopher John Locke, contains a holograph précis for a romance (most likely in dramatic form) beginning with the name of the main character, ‘Orozes, King of Albania’. Although a handful of Locke scholars has acknowledged...

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