John Locke

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    More Wisdom From Dr. Mike Munger of Duke

    It’s always a treat to talk with Dr. Mike Munger. You’ll always learn something new. This time you’ll learn something about our namesake, John Locke. Take a minute to check with Dr. Munger and our Mitch Kokai.
    Donna Martinez, November 16, 2017
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    JLF’s Jon Pritchett in the Washington Examiner: Locke, Tolerance, and the Mob

    Tolerance and unity? JLF’s Jon Pritchett analyzes recent events in a piece published at washingtonexaminer.com. In 1689 John Locke described the natural state of man as “a state of perfect freedom to order their actions, and dispose of their possessions and persons, as they think fit, within the…
    Donna Martinez, August 31, 2017
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    You’re Invited: Why John Locke Is Relevant Today

    Join Us Monday, August 28 Save Your Seat Here Much of the attention of scholars has focused on two of Locke’s works–The Second Treatise and the Letter on Toleration. And these are indeed important. But an almost unknown work of Locke, “Venditio,” provides some fascinating insights into just how modern…
    Donna Martinez, August 14, 2017
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    Duke Prof Mike Munger Joins Us August 28. Save Your Seat.

    Much of the attention of scholars has focused on two of Locke’s works–The Second Treatise and the Letter on Toleration. And these are indeed important. But an almost unknown work of Locke, “Venditio,” provides some fascinating insights into just how modern Locke’s views were, especially on the workings of the market system…
    Donna Martinez, August 2, 2017
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    John Locke makes an appearance, talks policy in Raleigh

    It is a mistake that happens all of the time, even among John Locke Foundation staff – writing “John Locke” instead of “John Hood.”  It is still fun to see it in print. Ok, let’s move on to more important matters, such as A-F school grades.
    Terry Stoops, January 21, 2015