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 rules on executive. This quantity takes the reader on a trip via Locke's existence starting in 1632 and finishing in 1684.
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S. 1671. SIR G E O R G E D O W N I N G . I have seen all the letters to my Lord Arlington since your arrival in Holland, and because I find you sometimes divided in your opinion betwixt what seems good to you for my aEairs in the various emergencies and appearances there, and what my instructions direct you, that you may not err in the future, I have thought fit to send you my last mind upon the hinge of the whole negotiation, and in my owxi hand, that you may likewise know it is your part to obey punctually my orders, instead of putting yourself to the trouble of finding reasons why you do not do so, as I find ill your last of the 12th currellt.
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. My Lord of Ormond is said to be dying, so that you have Irish and Scotch news ; and for English, you inake as much a t Bristol as in any part 70 JOHN LOCKE.
H e then appointed Locke his Secretary for the presentation of benefices, and also to some office in the Council of Trade ; both of which he quitted in 1673, when Shaftesbury quarrelled with the Court, and placed himself at the head of the Country party in Parliament. It was at the opening of the Parliament in 1673, that Shaftesbury made w e of that extraordinary expression, in reference to the war with Holland, " delenda est Carthago ;"not, it must be observed, in his speech as a peer, expressing his own individual opinion, but in what may be called a supplemental speech made by the Lord Chancellor (according to the practice of the time) to that delivered by the Icing in person, and previously determined upon by the Icing in Council.