Political Writings

Political Writings

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   viii
Preface 1 (6)
Introduction 7 (1)
Locke's liberalism 7 (9)
Locke's life 16 (10)
Locke before Shaftesbury 26 (10)
Locke and Shaftesbury 36 (13)
Locke and Tyrrell 49 (15)
The First Treatise of Government 64 (13)
The Second Treatise of Government 77 (12)
Interlude: Seeds and trees, locks and 89 (5)
ciphers
A Letter Concerning Toleration 94 (16)
Some more equal than others? 110 (9)
Notes 119 (18)
Suggestions for Further Reading 123 (8)
A Note on the Texts 131 (6)
Letter to S.H. [Henry Stubbe] (mid-September? 137 (2)
1659; published 1967)
Letter to Tom (20 October 1659; published 139 (2)
1976)
From: `Question: Whether the civil magistrate 141 (5)
may lawfully impose and determine the use of
indifferent things in reference to religious
worship. Answer: Yes' (First Tract on
Government, 1660; published 1961)
`Preface to the Reader' from the First Tract 146 (6)
on Government (1661; published 1961)
`Question: Can the civil magistrate specify 152 (25)
indifferent things to be included within the
order of divine worship, and impose them upon
the people? Answer: Yes' (Second Tract on
Government, c. 1662; published 1961).
Translated from the Latin
`Question: Is each man's private interest the 177 (7)
foundation of the law of nature? Answer: No'
(Essays on the Law of Nature, No. VIII, 1664;
published 1954). Translated from the Latin
Letter to the Hon. Robert Boyle (12/22 184 (2)
December 1665; published 1744)
An Essay Concerning Toleration (1667; 186 (24)
published 1876)
The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina 210 (22)
(1669; published c. 1670)
`Philanthropy, or The Christian Philosophers' 232 (2)
(1675; published 1972)
`Obligation of Penal Laws' (Journal, 25 234 (2)
February 1676; published 1829)
`Law' (Journal, 21 April 1678; published 1829) 236 (1)
`Credit, Disgrace' (Journal, 12 December 236 (1)
1678; published 1829)
`The Idea We Have of God' (Journal, I August 237 (1)
1680; published 1829)
`Inspiration' (Journal, 3 April 1681; 238 (2)
published 1829)
`Virtus' (1681; from the 1661 Commonplace 240 (2)
Book; published 1829)
From The First Treatise of Government (c. 242 (17)
1681, published 1689)
Chapter Five: Of Adam's Title to 242 (7)
Sovereignty by the Subjection of Eve
Chapter Nine: Of Monarchy by Inheritance 249 (10)
from Adam
`Two Sorts of Knowledge' (Journal, 26 June 259 (2)
1681; published 1829)
The Second Treatise of Government (c. 1681, 261 (126)
published 1689)
Chapter One: 261 (1)
Chapter Two: Of the State of Nature 262 (7)
Chapter Three: Of the State of War 269 (3)
Chapter Four: Of Slavery 272 (1)
Chapter Five: Of Property 273 (13)
Chapter Six: Of Paternal Power 286 (14)
Chapter Seven: Of Political or Civil Society 300 (9)
Chapter Eight: Of the Beginning of 309 (15)
Political Societies
Chapter Nine: Of the Ends of Political 324 (3)
Society and Government
Chapter Ten: Of the Forms of a Commonwealth 327 (1)
Chapter Eleven: Of the Extent of the 328 (7)
Legislative Power
Chapter Twelve: Of the Legislative, 335 (2)
Executive, and Federative Power of the
Commonwealth
Chapter Thirteen: Of the Subordination of 337 (7)
the Powers of the Commonwealth
Chapter Fourteen: Of Prerogative 344 (5)
Chapter Fifteen: Of Paternal, Political, 349 (3)
and Despotical Power Considered Together
Chapter Sixteen: Of Conquest 352 (10)
Chapter Seventeen: Of Usurpation 362 (1)
Chapter Eighteen: Of Tyranny 363 (6)
Chapter Nineteen: Of the Dissolution of 369 (18)
Government
Letter to Edward Clarke (27 January/6 387 (3)
February 1685; published 1927)
A Letter Concerning Toleration, trans. 390 (46)
William Popple (1685; published 1689)
Letter to Edward Clarke (29 January/8 436 (2)
February 1689; published 1927)
Preface to Two Treatises of Government 438 (2)
(written and published 1689)
`Labour' (1693; from the 1661 Commonplace 440 (2)
Book; published 1991)
`Venditio' (1695; from the 1661 Commonplace 442 (4)
Book; published 1968)
Draft of a Representation Containing a Scheme 446 (16)
of Methods for the Employment of the Poor.
Proposed by Mr Locke, the 26th October 1697
(published 1789)
Bibliography 462 (9)
Index 471