22/06/2022 · John Locke not only contributed to the theoretical debates around the nature of reason, the epistemic foundations of Modern Science and their far reached consequences upon culture, but he also contributed to hugely modify the structure of political institutions in modern Britain.
23/06/2022 · John Locke : English, 29 August 1632 – 28 October 1704. philosopher and health practitioner, broadly regarded as one of the maximum influential of Enlightenm...
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24/06/2022 · Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation June 24, 2022 Kyle Smith of National Review Online questions a recent pronouncement from a prominent federal health agency.
21/06/2022 · Lady Sarah Cowper (1644-1720) is best known for her commonplace books, which preserve unique and variant versions of poems by Restoration “wits.” She also kept a diary, in which she recorded her readings and meditations. The diary contains an unnoticed encomiastic “Character” of John Locke, composed at his death.
24/06/2022 · Okay, that is actually funny. I imagine that most of the contributors to these Heartstopper threads belong to the same category as the woman (yes, woman) who wrote Heartstopper, an "asexual aromantic" named Alice Oseman, i.e. emotionally-stunted young women.
22/06/2022 · This is in direct opposition to Aristotle’s formal cause, which can be different for different objects. John Locke (1632 – 1704) built on the ideas of Galileo concerning the primary and secondary qualities of an object. Like Galileo, Locke’s primary qualities were both mind-independent and mathematical.