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LEC G- LockePower

LEC G- LockePower - Locke Power Knowledge Politics Limits...

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Knowledge, Politics, & Limits
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John Locke, 1632-1704
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Vita born in 1632, in a storm, in Somerset father a moderate Puritan, anti-Cromwell student Westminister School, royalist ,High Church - headmaster “a second father” Oxford Shaftsbury connection Secretary of the Council of Trade
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James I 1603- 25 Charles I 1625- 49 Commonwealth 1649- 53 Protectorate 1653- 59 Charles II 1660- 85 James II 1685- 88 1689- 1702 Anne 1702 -14
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The Glorious Revolution- Consequences Francis II by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and His other Realms and Territories King, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith. King of Bavaria
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Locke’s Philosophy “Essay Concerning Human Understanding” “bull session” on religion that turns from religion to philosophy “the commonwealth of knowledge is not without it master builders.” Locke as the Newton of politics?
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