Definición de Locke, John en inglés:

Locke, John

Saltos de línea: John Locke
( 1632–1704), English philosopher, a founder of empiricism and political liberalism. His Two Treatises of Government (1690) argues that the authority of rulers has a human origin and is limited. In An Essay concerning Human Understanding (1690) he argued that all knowledge is based on experience derived from the senses.

Derivativos

Lockean

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Thus, he attacks Cartesian and Lockean dualism, not just the considerably less popular (in Berkeley's time) view, held by Hobbes, that only material things exist.
  • The Lockean libertarian proposes that everyone's Lockean rights should be respected by everyone as inherently just and fair.
  • It's an attempt to replicate liberal rule-of-law intuitions in a way that's admittedly more Kantian than Lockean but that owes very little to either Rousseau or Hegel.

Definición de Locke, John en:

Obtener más de Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribirse para eliminar anuncios y acceder a los recursos premium

Palabra del día inamorata
Pronunciación: ɪˌnaməˈrɑːtə
noun
a person's female lover