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  1. Hace 1 día · John Locke consagra cierta importancia a nuestras operaciones mentales básicas, ya que sin ellas no podríamos formar ideas ni conocimiento alguno sobre el mundo. Con todo, es importante destacar que la interpretación de esta filosofía nos conduce por caminos extremos: lo que somos es producto solo de la cultura, o bien ella no tiene nada que ver y dependemos por entero de nuestras ...

  2. Hace 5 días · ConCiencia. John Locke, propiedad privada y Antiguo Testamento. La Biblia nunca antepone la propiedad privada a las necesidades de los pobres, y sus leyes pretenden siempre velar por la igualdad...

  3. Hace 2 días · Para John Locke la tendencia a la organización política era una consecuencia natural y voluntaria característica de la humanidad. 17 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 2012 · 23:00. En relación al pacto social es...

  4. Hace 4 días · Abstract. Locke’s short essay, “Venditio,” offers a series of thought-provoking examples of prices that might or might not be viewed as just. Locke writes as though these examples and his comments about them point to a coherent doctrine about which agreed-to prices are morally acceptable and which are morally unacceptable. However ...

  5. Hace 3 días · Here, Locke describes something similar of the process of enclosure under a series of acts from seventeenth century through to the twentieth century, where land that was for common use under a specific manor and lord became enclosed for private cultivation, and legal property rights were granted.

  6. Hace 4 días · Il pensiero di John Locke (1632-1704) rappresentò un prima e un dopo nella storia della filosofia, perché si allontanò dal razionalismo che dominava il panorama del suo tempo. Invece, questo filosofo inglese ha proposto che la nostra fonte di conoscenza sia l’esperienza che abbiamo con il mondo.

  7. Hace 5 días · John Kenyon, in his study of British political debate from 1689 to 1720, has remarked that Locke's theories were "mentioned so rarely in the early stages of the [Glorious] Revolution, up to 1692, and even less thereafter, unless it was to heap abuse on them" and that "no one, including most Whigs, [was] ready for the idea of a notional or abstract contract of the kind adumbrated by Locke ...

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