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John locke

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    English philosopher

    English philosopher John Locke (1632,1704) significant contribution to the development of modern political philosophy to treats. says Ward, Which were publicly announce in 1690 written a decade earlier during illusion prices of 1679-1681, Which was about whether parliament could ask Charles II brother James II from the succussion.
    (Source: ward 225)
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    Locke in science

    The English philosopher and political theorist John Locke (1632-1704) laid much of the groundwork for the Enlightenment and made central contributions to the development of liberalism. Trained in medicine, he was a key advocate of the empirical approaches of the Scientific Revolution.
  • Locke was born

    Locke was born
    August 29, 1632, in somehwhere called sumerset, his mother's family resigned. She died during a roughy time and Locke was raised by his father. Who was an attorney in a small town of Pennsford near Bristol. John was tutored at home because of his health and outbreak of civil wars in 1642.
    (Source: byers 478-480)
  • Way of life

    Way of life
    Both of lockes parents were Puritans and as such, Locke was raised that way. Because of his father's connections and allegiance to the English government, Locke received an outstanding education.
  • Trying new things

    Trying new things
    Locke would try to participate in things that usually he would not do. He tried to do things outside his work to keep him educated and still thinking. Locke could always take these techniques and put them in to his style. That was lockes strategy.
  • The beginning of Locke

    The beginning of Locke
    Of the discipline then in vogue in either institution. The future educational theorist had no high opinion. As many be gathered from allusions in the present tredion yet after taking his masters degree in 1658. He became a tutor of his college in literature and Greek and rhetoric. After a visit to the confident in 1665 as secretary to an embassy he returned to oxford and took up the study of medicine.
    (Source: Eliot fifty sixth printing)
  • Getting attached

    Getting attached
    Locke became attached, as a friend and physician, two Lord Ashley, afterward the first Earl of Shaftesberry and while this nobleman who Lord chancellor, lock held the office of secretary of presentations.
    (Source: Eliot fifty sixth printing)
  • Shaftsberry coming out of office

    Shaftsberry coming out of office
    Shaftsberry went out of office in 1679, into years later lock when to France in search for Health, supporting himself by acting as tutor to son of the server John banks and as a physician to the wife of the English ambassador of Paris.
    (Source: Eliot fifty sixth printing)
  • Shaftsberry called Locke back to England

    Shaftsberry called Locke back to England
    In 1679, Shaftsberry called Locke back to England. He obeyed, he remained in attendance on his Patron, asssisty him and political matters in suspending the education of his grandson. He was the future author of "characteristics". Then Shaftsberry political fortunes collapsed and both men took refuge in Holland.
    (Source: Eliot fifty sixth printing)
  • Lockes bond

    Lockes bond
    Locke bonded and made friendly relations with his future sovereigns, William and Mary. When the revolution was accomplished he came back to England with the prince in 1689.
    (Source: Eliot fifty sixth printing)
  • Two treaties of government

    Two treaties of government
    The first treatie of lockes book was an attack on a contemporary religious philosopher Siri Robert. Through the argument there's some overlap between these ideas in the second treatie of government. Second treatie that Locke really laid out his theories about power, governement, and reason. A popular idea at the time was a concept of the " state of nature ". ( spread largely by another English philosopher, Thomas Hobbes).

  • Major work

    Major work
    In 1690 Locke brought out his major work. He wrote two treaties and an essay about human understanding. But the four book essay was taken about 20 years. He reach that goal with a family friend, probably about in the 1670, a decision a rose concerning the basis of religion.
    (Source: Byers 478-480)
  • Hero

    A hero to the Whig party remain connected to the government in later years. How steer resurrection of the board and trade oversaw new territory's in the America. Locale served as one of the body key memebers.
  • Going back

    Going back
    When lock was not writing or creating more essays he would take the time to go back and look at old works. He would learn and improve from them and teach other people how to not make those same mistakes.
  • After retirement

    After retirement
    When Locke was not concentrating on his writings or eassys he was helping his grandson or tutoring. If not he was concentrated on his health.
  • Locke passes

    Locke passes
    After the glorious Revolution of 1689 lock returned to England and later served as a commissioner to the trial until 1700. He spent his retirement in Oxford finishing his essay as the gust of mashan came along. Ladies Mashon was the daughter of a Ralph cudawarm. The philosopher. Lock died there on October 28, 1704.
    (Source: Byers 478-480)