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Ruth Grant's Liberalism.

  • Academic Journal
  • Perspectives on Political Science; Jul-Sep2021, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p148-150, 3p
  • She of course, is not directly addressing Lincoln not probably even thinking of him in her presentation of Locke, but nonetheless the way her Locke and Lincoln, converge brings the problem of liberalism and Locke's solution into sharp focus. I want to address Ruth Grant's work on John Locke, in particular her 1987 book, I John Locke's Liberalism i .[1] I have now read Ruth's book - cover to cover - for the third time. Her highlighting of obligation in Locke is central to her interpretation and distinguishes her book from most of the Locke literature, including the versions of Locke promoted by Strauss and MacPherson. [Extracted from the article]
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