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An essay concerning human understanding.

Author: John Locke; Diane Collinson
Publisher: Herts : Wordsworth Editions Ltd., 1998.
Series: Wordsworth classics of world literature.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this essay, Locke makes clear the routes by which philosophy was to develop as a study distinct from the natural sciences, and he argues for views on society, religion, language, education and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Locke; Diane Collinson
ISBN: 185326783X 9781853267833
OCLC Number: 472828345
Notes: In this essay, Locke makes clear the routes by which philosophy was to develop as a study distinct from the natural sciences, and he argues for views on society, religion, language, education and progress that have subsequently become widely influential in the mainstream of European thought.
Description: 464 s.
Series Title: Wordsworth classics of world literature.

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