Review of Metaphysics 37 (1):153-153 (1983)

"Property I have nowhere found more clearly explained than in a book entitled Two Treatises of Government," Locke wrote. Yet nothing has led to greater confusion and debate regarding Locke than his conception of property. Tully's Discourse is a welcome addition to the debate because it tackles this central problem with insight, thoroughness, and clarity.
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