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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.
Although Locke elevated morality to the status of mankind's proper science and business, he never produced a systematic treatment of ethics.
Locke joins from Capgemini, where he was responsible for financial and operational consulting services for insurance organizations.
"The engagement is announced between Oliver, son of Sarah and John Locke of Southampton, and Gareth, son of Margaret and David Locke of Suffolk."
His dad Andrew Locke, a PGA professional, also used to coach at Lawrie's school.
Algo digno de mencion en cuanto que Locke es considerado uno de los padres del liberalismo clasico y que los exegetas anglosajones, ya sean mas republicanos, convocados en torno a los llamados derechos positivos; o mas puramente liberales, forman todos parte de una koine prevaleciente en terminos de un individualismo metodologico, el fondo supuestamente incontestable del liberalismo, del proceso politico y del propio proyecto moderno,--gracias a que Montserrat Herrero es una exegeta fina del pensamiento de Cari Schmitt y, como tal, esta prevenida contra todas las pretendidas bondades obvias de los fundamentos del contractualismo liberal moderno (y del contemporaneo)--.
The reading I identify as Locke's is one that shares the language and structure of left-libertarians' analysis while making a weaker demand than the left (in fact, more like that of centrist and right-libertarians), and in actual content coming closer to the centrists.
When the Scotland Under-21 cap left Tynecastle last summer, he was reunited with Locke at Kilmarnock and, after being told he could leave Rugby Park, has resurrected their relationship at Stark's Park.
Locke took over as Ray McKinnon's successor on Friday night and is targeting a play-off tilt in a competitive Championship with the likes of Dundee United, Hibs, St Mirren and possibly former club Killie unless they can overturn the 1-0 play-off first-leg loss today against Falkirk.
An apparent diastasis between two of John Locke's (1632-1704) most noted works, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (henceforth Essay) and The Reasonableness of Christianity (ROC), concerning the epistemology of moral principles has caught the attention of Locke scholars in recent generations.
George Locke was sentenced to three years and four months while Stephen Locke was jailed for four years.