Locke Books

John Locke published few books, compared to many of the greatest philosophers, like Kant or Sartre.But the influence of Locke’s works is important.

Here is a list of his main books:

Law of Nature (natural law), first implemented

Essay on Tolerance, 1667

Anatomica, 1668

De arte medica, 1669

Drafting a constitution for the colony of North Carolina, never used, 1670

Letter on Tolerance, 1689

Essay Concerning Human Understanding, 1690

Two Treatises of Government, 1690

Thoughts on Education, 1693

Considerations on the consequences of declining interest and increasing the value of money

Discourse on miracles

Christianity reasonable

Cite this article as: Tim, "Locke Books, October 10, 2011, " in Philosophy & Philosophers, October 10, 2011, https://www.the-philosophy.com/locke-books.

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