Oxford College Press, 2002 - 292 Seitenhttps://books.google.p/books/about/John_Locke.html?hl=p&id=Fz16bO6TbSQC
This is actually the standard edition of John Locke's classic work from the early 1660s, Essays around the Law of Character. Also incorporated are selected shorter philosophical documents in the same decade. In the 1664 valedictory speech as Censor of ethical Philosophy at Christ Chapel, Oxford, Locke talks about the issue: Can anybody by character be at liberty within this existence? The amount is finished by choices from Locke's manuscript journals, unregistered elsewhere: on converting Nicole's Essais p Morale on spelling on extension on idolatry on pleasure and discomfort as well as on belief and reason. The truly amazing Locke scholar W. von Leyden introduces all these works, setting them within their historic context. This volume is definitely an invaluable source for Locke's early thought, of great interest to philosophers, political advocates, jurists, theologians, and historians.