|290.||Some Thoughts Concerning Education. London: Awnsham and John Churchill, 1693. Anonymous. Some Thoughts Concerning Education. Enlarged by Mr. John Locke. London: A. and J. Churchill, 1705. A series of letters written from Holland in 1684 to Edward Clarke giving advice on raising children. These letters provide a guide to raising a physically healthy young gentleman. The first two editions were published anonymously in 1693. The fifth edition published in 1705 is considered the definitive edition and Locke's name appears on the title page.|
|291.||Two Treatises on Government Ed. by P. Laslett. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1960. Locke's political theory, which denies the absolute rights of kings, was written while in exile in Holland in 1690.|
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