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Locke

(lok),
Frank S., British physiologist, 1871-1949. See: Cabot-Locke murmur, Locke solutions, Locke-Ringer solution.
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Anstey is a professor of philosophy at the University of Sydney, author of The Philosophy of Robert Boyle, and editor of several collections, including The Philosophy of John Locke: New Perspectives and The Idea of Principles in Early Modern Thought.
The major objective of this study is to examine the Presidency of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in the light of John Locke principle of the power of prerogative in conjunction with the provision of the 1999 Constitution on the issue of the power of prerogative.
In this article, I will argue that John Locke's belief that Christianity is epistemologically vital to the spread and maintenance of right morals in society is demonstrated by the mutual reinforcement between Locke's argument against innate ideas that is most prominent in the Essay and his conclusion in ROC that a great shift in moral thinking started with Christ's advent.
La filosofia politica de John Locke justifica, pues, la existencia del Estado en la busqueda de una restauracion de las relaciones de justicia en funcion de un criterio cuasi objetivo, como lo es la ley de naturaleza.
The researcher Ann Talbot presents in this book one of the more complex and in-depth studies ever written about the influence of travel literature on the work of the British philosopher John Locke (1632-1704).
Self-published author John Locke has become the second independent writer to sell one million books through Kindle, and he's willing to tell you how he did it - if you will pay $4.99 and buy his latest work "
Amazon.com said that John Locke has become the eighth author to sell over one million Kindle books, becoming the newest member of the 'Kindle Million Club,' and the first independently published author to receive the distinction.
For John Locke, the greatest adept of positive liberty, trough state of nature, each and every individual must be equal and must have the same rights (6).
is the original, authorized campaign biography of Abraham Lincoln, now available in a restored edition annotated with modern day explanations of its terms by John Locke Scripps.