Clarendon Press (1988)

Closely examining Locke's view of original sin and its consequences for education in the early Enlightenment, Spellman here argues that Locke was much closer to traditional Protestant teaching than is generally recognized, and challenges the interpretation that sees Locke as advocating, through his philosophical and educational writings, the perfectibility of humankind.
Keywords Sin, Original History of doctrines  Ethics, Modern
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Call number B1298.R4.S66 1988
ISBN(s) 019824987X   9780198249870
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