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JOHN LOKE

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JOHN LOCKE
JOHN LOCKE
1632-1704
LOCKE'S EDUCATION
JOHN LOCKE'S PERSONALITY
INTRODUCTION TO THE ENLIGHTENMENT
-intellectual, philosophical,cultural and social movement
-England, France, Germany...
-Known as the Age of Reason
-Revolutionaries defended liberty and reason
-1700's
-Expansion of people's knowledge
-He was born in Wrington,England
-In 1652 , he went to the univeristy at Christ Church, in London and Locke studied medicine
-In 1666 ,he met Anthony Ashley Copper , who became a quite important political figure.
-In 1689, he published anonymously his
Two Treastises of Government
-Both parents were puritans and they have connection with the English government
-After Locke and Copper were expelled from London, due to their failed attempt to exclude James II from succession to the English throne.
-In 1696, He worked on The Board of Trade and Plantations
Oxford University
LOCKE'S IMPACT AND INFLUENCE
Medicine
LOCKE'S PUBLICATIONS
Politics
Philosophy
outstanding education
Locke publicated many different works related to politics , education and humanity:
-Essay Concerning Human Understanding
-Two Treatises of Governement
-Thoughts Concerning Education
-Letters Concerning Toleration
Mathematics
ANECDOTES
Western thought
THEORIES
separation of Church and State
religious freedom
liberty
Board of Trade
education
He shape the thinking of American founders such Alexander Hamilton or Thomas Jefferson
-John Locke’s closest female friend was the philosopher Lady Damaris Cudworth Masham. Before she married the two had exchanged love poems, and on his return from exile, Locke moved into Lady Damaris and her husband’s household.
·QUOTES

“We are like chameleons, we take our hue and the color of our moral character, from those who are around us.”
“There is frequently more to be learned from the unexpected questions of a child than the discourses of men.”
JOHN LOCKE (1632- 1704)
discreet
clever
indifferent
hard-working
reserved
solitary
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