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Locke, John

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John Locke and His Philosophy
From howstuffworks.com, produced by Discovery
John Locke was an English philosopher and a part of the Enlightenment movement. He thought a government should provide life, liberty and private property to its citizens. This forty-second video deals with Locke's feelings that government must protec... [more]
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March 8, 2011 at 12:00 AM
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Evolution of American Philosophy (Audio Only)
From blogtalkradio.com, produced by The New Heights Show on Education" Host Kathy Woodring
This episode will cover the passions and philosophies from the 18th century, and the profound impact they had on America’s founding. Much of this episode is based on the philosophy of John Locke, who seems to be more connected to the Enlightment/Age... [more]
November 10, 2014 at 12:54 AM
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