An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Volume 2
Volume 2 of a 2-volume set of Locke's monumental work containing every word of all four books comprising the Essay. The editor, Professor A. C. Fraser, has provided marginal analyses of almost every paragraph, plus hundreds of explanatory footnotes which comment, elaborate, explain difficult points, etc.
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What Is This Thing Called Science? (Third Edition)
Alan F. Chalmers
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