ئاشنابوون بە جۆن لۆک

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In this addition to his popular series of miniature introductions to the great philosophers Paul Strathern takes on John Locke one of the first major empiricists As always Strathern does an excelle

  • Title: ئاشنابوون بە جۆن لۆک
  • Author: Paul Strathern عەتا جەمالی
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  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this addition to his popular series of miniature introductions to the great philosophers, Paul Strathern takes on John Locke, one of the first major empiricists As always, Strathern does an excellent job of putting the philosopher and his work into historical context Locke in 90 Minutes is particularly strong on showing how the turbulence of English politics during thIn this addition to his popular series of miniature introductions to the great philosophers, Paul Strathern takes on John Locke, one of the first major empiricists As always, Strathern does an excellent job of putting the philosopher and his work into historical context Locke in 90 Minutes is particularly strong on showing how the turbulence of English politics during the mid 1600s set Locke on the road to philosophy and shaped his ideas on democracy He provides clear summaries that demonstrate how Locke s empiricism was informed by the scientific spirit of the times as well as the metaphysical ruminations of Descartes though he would veer very sharply from the conclusions of his French near contemporary And there are several examples of Strathern s caustic wit, as in his description of Locke s long epistolary relationships with women as a sort of Chinese water torture by correspondence.

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    1. Timothy McNeil on said:

      Strathern holds off on any real commentary on Locke's specific contributions (he is generally in favor) but finds plenty of room for some good old fashioned England-bashing. He does a very good job of not only humanizing Locke, but of placing him in the era and explaining (in broad strokes) how Locke was one of the forces that allowed for the emergence from Medievalism.Not as good as reading Locke (and definitely too light for those who want a deeper biography), but it does give a nice overview [...]

    2. JP on said:

      The "in 90 minutes" series caught my eye in bookstores a few times. This is the first I've read, but won't be the last. The conciseness meets the expectation set by the title. The tone is engaging, sometimes even sarcastic, while remaining objective. Locke lived in interesting times. He was at times on the wrong side of the shifting political and religous swings in 17th century England. Locke's ideas became fundamental concepts in the first consititutions.

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