$29.95 — Paperback "Please retry" $17.95 . Endorsement: Copy of Dr. Locke’s letter to Mr. Strachey. It also contains the full index to all eight volumes of the Locke … *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. $17.95 — Paperback, January 12, 2013: Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $5.99 — — Hardcover "Please retry" $29.95 . A LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION By John Locke The Federalist Papers Project www.thefederalistpapers.org . John Locke's 'Letters of Gold': Universal Priesthood and the English Dissenting Theologians, 1688-1789 (Centre for Baptist History Occasional Papers) “From a contemporary copy of the original” [Rand]; date based on the contents of the letter, which relates to Locke’s trip to Paris. 1 likes. postscript. This final volume of the letters of John locke contains letters 3287-3648, and covers the period from May 15, 1703 to August 23, 1704. an answer to remarks upon an essay concerning human understanding, c. mr. The Two Treatises of Government were published anonymously and it was only in Locke’s will that he acknowledged the authorship of this work and others such as the Letters … John Locke's 'Letters of Gold': Universal Priesthood and the English Dissenting Theologians, 1688-1789 (Centre for Baptist History Occasional Papers) [Yarnell III, Malcolm B.] Peter Gay remarked that “John Locke was the founder of the Enlightenment in education as in much else” (Gay 1964: 1). Printed: De Beer, i. The life and letters of John Locke Paperback – January 12, 2013 by Peter King (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. 264; European magazine xiv (1788):402-403; Rand (ed. ‘John Locke likes this’: An ego-network analysis of Locke’s letters Claude Willan The goal of this project is to answer a simple question about John Locke: how did Locke think of his letters? A Letter Concerning Toleration www.thefederalistpapers.org Page 2 A Letter Concerning Toleration Honoured Sir, Since you are pleased to inquire what are my thoughts about the mutual toleration of Christians mr. locke’s reply to the right reverend the lord bishop of worcester’s answer to his letter, concerning some passages relating to mr. locke’s essay of human understanding: in a late discourse of his lordship’s, in vindication of the trinity. ― John Locke, A Letter Concerning Toleration. ), The correspondence of John Locke and Edward Clarke (1927), pages 77-79. tags: 1689, religious-tolerance, separation-of-church-and-state. Outline of John Locke’s “A Letter Concerning Toleration” • Early, simple way of Christian Church: The earliest manifestation of a “Christian Church” involved believers of Christ meeting to share information and to worship together (there were many different Jewish … on Amazon.com.