Clipped Coins, Abused Words, and Civil Government: John Lock's Philosophy of Money
"Caffentzis grounds this ampliative examination of Locke's philosophy of economics, language, and history in the political crisis that resulted when monetary pirates "clipped" the silver currency of 17th-century England. His interventionist treatment undoes virtually all standard critical works on Locke."--Jacket.
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