Life of John Locke, Part 1 by H. R. Fox Bourne

By H. R. Fox Bourne

Quantity 1 of two. those volumes current a biography of the lifetime of John Locke, the English thinker. Locke spent approximately 20 years constructing his empirical thought of epistemology. he's referred to as the daddy of English empiricism and wrote many papers in this topic, in addition to on his liberal constitutionalist principles on executive. This quantity takes the reader on a trip via Locke's lifestyles starting in 1632 and finishing in 1684.

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After expressing how much he felt indebted to the kindness of his friend, he proceeds thus :The proposals, no question, are very considerable; but consider, a man's affairs and whole course of his life are not to be changed in a moment, and that one is not made fit for a calling, and that in a day. J believe you think me too proud to undertake any thing wherein I should acquit myself but unworthily. I am sure I cannot content myself with being undermost, possibly the middlemost of my profession; and you will allow, on consideration, care is to be taken not to engage in a calling, wherein, if one chance to be a bungler, there is no retreat.

I thank you for your care about illy grandchild, but, having wearied myself with consideration every way, I resolve to have him in my house ; I long to speak with you about it. For news we have little, only our Governmerit here are so truly zealous for the advancement of the Protestant religion, as it is established in the Church of England, that they are sending the Common Prayer-book the second time into Scotland. KO doubt but my Lord Lauderdale knows it will agree with their present constitution ; but surely he was much mistaken when lie administered the Covenant to England; but we shall see how the tripodes and the holy altar will agree.

Upon the Court, and were distinguished by the name of the Country Lords, looked upon this bill as a step the Court was making to introduce arbitrary power, and they opposed i t so vigorously, that the debate lasted five several days before i t was committed to a Committee of the whole House, and afterwards it took up sixteen or seventeen whole days, the house sitting many times till eight or nine of the clock at night, and sometimes till midnight. However, after several alterations, which they were forced to make, i t passed the Committee, but, a contest arising between the two Houses concerning their privileges, they were so inflamed against each other, that the King thought i t advisable to pmrogue the Parliament, so the Bill was never reported from the Committee to the House.

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