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This volume brings together the principal writings on religious toleration and freedom of expression by one of the greatest philosophers in the Anglophone tradition. It contains not only Locke's canonical Letter Concerning Toleration (1689), but also his early Essay Concerning Toleration (1667), extracts from the Third Letter for Toleration (1692), and a large body of Locke's briefer essays and memoranda on these themes.
Mark Goldie is Reader in British Intellectual History at the University of Cambridge and is co-editor of The Cambridge History of Political Thought, 1450-1700 and editor of John Locke: Two Treatises of Government and John Locke: Political Essays. David Womersley is Thomas Warton Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford. His most recent book is Divinity and State.
Table of Contents
|The Thomas Hollis Library||p. vii|
|Further Reading||p. xxv|
|Notes on the Texts||p. xxix|
|Chronology of Locke's Life||p. xli|
|A Letter Concerning Toleration||p. 1|
|Excerpts from A Third Letter for Toleration||p. 69|
|An Essay Concerning Toleration||p. 105|
|Fragments on Toleration||p. 141|
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