Second Treatise of Government

References

Notes

  1. ^ Laslett, "Introduction," 59–61.
  2. ^ Ashcraft, Revolutionary Politics.
  3. ^ Laslett, Peter. "Introduction." Two Treatises of Government. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1988), 9.
  4. ^ See Two Treatises of Government: In The Former the False Principles and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer and His Followers, are Detected and Overthrown. The Latter is An Essay Concerning the True Original Extent and End of Civil Government (3 ed.). London: Awnsham and John Churchill. 1698. Retrieved 20 November 2014.  via Google Books
  5. ^ Laslett, "Introduction," 8–9.
  6. ^ Locke, John. Two Treatises of Government. Ed. Peter Laslett. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1988), 137.
  7. ^ Laslett, "English Revolution," 42.
  8. ^ Laslett, "Introduction," 12–13.
  9. ^ Laslett, "Introduction," 14–15.
  10. ^ Laslett, 266.
  11. ^ Two Treatises On Government: A Translation Into Modern English, ISR/Google Books, 2009, page 70.
  12. ^ Second Treatise, Sec. 85
  13. ^ Powell, Jim (01. August 1996): John Locke: Natural Rights to Life, Liberty, and Property. In: The Freemann. Publisher: The Foundation for Economic Education, Irvington, New York, USA.
  14. ^ Goldie, Mark. “Introduction.” The Reception of Locke's Politics. 6 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto (1999), xxii.
  15. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxii.
  16. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxxi.
  17. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxiv.
  18. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxviii.
  19. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxxv.
  20. ^ Goldie, "Introduction, xxxviii.
  21. ^ Goldie, "Introduction," xxxviii.
  22. ^ "The Letters of Thomas Jefferson: 1743–1826 Bacon, Locke, and Newton". Retrieved 2009-07-12. Bacon, Locke and Newton, whose pictures I will trouble you to have copied for me: and as I consider them as the three greatest men that have ever lived, without any exception, and as having laid the foundation of those superstructures which have been raised in the Physical & Moral sciences. 
  23. ^ http://explorer.monticello.org/text/index.php?id=82&type=4 Jefferson called Bacon, Newton, and Locke, who had so indelibly shaped his ideas, "my trinity of the three greatest men the world had ever produced"
  24. ^ a b Goldie, "Introduction," liii.
  25. ^ Pangle, Spirit of Modern Republicanism; Zuckert, Launching Liberalism, Natural Rights Republic.
  26. ^ Zuckert 1994, chpt. 7-10
  27. ^ Huyler 1995, chpt. 4,5
  28. ^ Michael P. Zuckert (2005). Ellen Frankel Paul; Fred D. Miller Jr.; Jeffrey Paul, eds. Natural Rights Liberalism from Locke to Nozick. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-61514-3. 
  29. ^ Holly Brewer (2005). By Birth Or Consent: Children, Law, and the Anglo-American Revolution in Authority. University of North Carolina Press. ISBN 0-8078-2950-1. 
  30. ^ Huyler 1995, p. 13,130
  31. ^ Huyler 1995, p. 102,120
  32. ^ Macpherson 1962, p. 228
  33. ^ Huyler 1995, pp. 130-135
  34. ^ Zuckert 1994, p. 367
  35. ^ Huyler 1995, pp. 162-171
  36. ^ Huyler 1995, p. 42
  37. ^ Ashcraft 1986
  38. ^ Huyler 1995, pp. 104-105
  39. ^ Huyler 1995, chpt. 4,5
  40. ^ Pipes, Richard (1999). Property and Freedom. Knopf. p. 36. ISBN 978-0375404986. 
  41. ^ Huyler 1995, chpt. 3

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