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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Locke; Diane Collinson
|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.|
|Series Title:||Wordsworth classics of world literature.|