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  1. Locke's Ideology of 'Common Sense'.M. Ben-Chaim - 2000 - Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 31 (3):473-501.
    Recent studies of the social and political meanings of English science in the 17th century have often included only a cursory inspection of Locke's work. Conversely, detailed studies of Locke's theory of knowledge have tended to refrain from taking into serious consideration the social context of English science in that period. The paper explores the contribution of Locke's conception of experience to the rise of experimental philosophy as a new social force. It shows that Locke elaborated a doctrine that rendered (...)
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