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Two tracts on government;

Author: John Locke; Philip Abrams
Publisher: London, Cambridge U.P., 1967.
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Locke, John, 1632-1704.
Two tracts on government.
London, Cambridge U.P., 1967
(OCoLC)607748243
Online version:
Locke, John, 1632-1704.
Two tracts on government.
London, Cambridge U.P., 1967
(OCoLC)608422293
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Locke; Philip Abrams
OCLC Number: 494709
Notes: "First English publication of John Locke's earliest writings on politics ... Locke gave no title to his papers on indifferent things. Their only heading is a statement of the problem discussed. Some convenient short title was required and I have named them Locke's Tracts on Government." The first tract bears the heading: Question: Whether the Civil Magistrate may lawfully impose and determine the use of indifferent things in reference to Religious Worship. The second tract bears the heading: An Magistratus Civilis possit res adiaphoras in divini cultus ritus asciscere easque populo imponere? Affirmatur.
Description: xii, 264 pages tables 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
The texts: Question: Whether the civil magistrate may lawfully impose and determine the use of indifferent things in reference to religious worship. An magistratus civilis possit res adiaphoras in divini cultus ritus asciscere easque populo imponere? Affirmatur.
Other Titles: Tracts on government
Responsibility: edited with an introduction, notes and translation by Philip Abrams.

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