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Jon Parkin holds an MA in Modern History from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Intellectual History from the University of Cambridge. He was a Research Fellow at Selwyn College, Cambridge (1995-8) and King's College London (1998-9) and went on to become Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, University of York (1999-2012). He is now Fellow and Tutor in Modern History at St Hugh's College, Oxford. Jon Parkin is also a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
Timothy Stanton holds a BA in Politics from the University of Leicester, an MA with distinction in Political Philosophy: the Idea of Toleration from the University of York and a PhD in Modern History from the University of Leicester. He was Beinecke Fellow at Yale University (2007-8) and Balzan-Skinner Fellow at the University of Cambridge (2011-12) and has been Lecturer in Politics at the University of York since 2004.
Table of Contents
1. Religious Commitment and Secular Reason: Pufendorf on the Separation between Religion and Politics, Simone Zurbuchen 2. Samuel Pufendorf and Religious Intolerance in the Early Enlightenment, Thomas Ahnert 3. Natural law, Nonconformity and Toleration: Two Stages on Locke's Way, Timothy Stanton 4. John Locke and Natural Law: Free Worship and Toleration, Ian Harris 5. The Tolerationist Programmes of Thomasius and Locke, Ian Hunter 6. Leibniz's Doctrine of Toleration: Philosophical, Theological, and Pragmatic Reasons, Maria Rosa Antognazza 7. Toleration as Impartiality? Civil and Ecclesiastical Toleration in Jean Barbeyrac, Petter Korkman 8. Natural Rights or Political Prudence? Francis Hutcheson on Toleration, Knud Haakonssen Postface. The Grounds for Toleration and the Capacity to Tolerate, John Dunn