Educated at Westminster and Christ Church, Oxford, Locke held various positions at the University and, in 1667, became physician to Anthony Ashley Cooper, the First Earl of Shaftesbury. The subsequent fall of Shaftesbury and accession of James II forced Locke to move abroad and he settled in Holland from 1683 to 1689. He returned to England on the accession of William of Orange in 1689. His principal philosophical work is the Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690). On the issue of religious liberty, Locke published his famous Letters Concerning Toleration during 1689 to 1692. He published other treatises which included On Education in 1693,
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An Essay Concerning Civil Government
Further Considerations Concerning Raising the Value of Money
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
A Letter Concerning Toleration
Some Considerations of the Consequences of Lowering Interest Rates, etc...
Some Observations on a Paper "Encouraging the Coining of Silver, etc"
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