George F. Kennan

John Locke’s work has made it on virtually every intro to political philosophy syllabus, while responses to Locke’s arguments have fallen totally by the wayside. Most political philosophers would find it hard to name a single one of Locke’s contemporaneous critics; the project here is to reinvigorate and rescue these critics from the archives and present them in a readable, OCR-error free format, which has not previously been done online. Where source documents are sufficiently readable, I’ve uploaded them as PDFs. This project is a work in progress. Please contact me if you notice any errors or have any suggestions to offer.

A Letter Concerning Toleration – John Locke, 1689

First Treatise – John Locke, 1689

Second Treatise – John Locke, 1689