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Two Treatises of Government
   was written by   
John Locke
Major influence on the founding fathers of the United States.
1704
      
John Locke Died
Author of "An Essay Concerning Understanding"; formative in the development of the US Constitution
1632
      
John Locke Was Born
English philosopher
John Locke
   was born in   
Wrington, England
1632-1704. Philosopher, his writings have influenced political science and philosophy
Essay Concerning Human Understanding
   was written by   
John Locke
Father of English empiricism
John Locke
   wrote   
Second Treatise on Civil Government
1689, outlines a theory of civil society based on natural rights
John Locke
   wrote   
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
1690, one of the principal sources of empiricism in modern philosophy
John Locke
   wrote   
A Letter Concerning Toleration
1689
John Locke
   said   
"To Love Truth for Truth's Sake is the Principal Part of Human Perfection in This World, and the Seed-plot of All Other Virtues"
English philosopher
John Locke
   said   
"The Actions of Men Are the Best Interpreters of Their Thoughts"
John Locke
   said   
"Nature Never Makes Excellent Things for Mean or No Uses"
English philosopher
John Locke
   said   
"It is One Thing to Show a Man That He is in Error, and Another to Put Him in Possession of the Truth"






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