A History Of Freedom Of Thought

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Philosophy - 132 pages
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In the same year John Locke's famous (first) Letter concerning Toleration appeared in Latin. Three subsequent letters developed and illustrated his thesis. The main argument is based on the principle that the business of civil government is quite distinct from that of religion, that the State is a society constituted only for preserving and promoting the civil interests of its members --civil interests meaning life, liberty, health, and the possession of property.

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