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The Biblical Politics of John Locke by Kim Ian Parker

Acknowledgments

Introduction


Chapter One: John Locke: A Lifelong Interest in the Bible

Early Life (1632–1652)

Oxford (1652–1666)

Locke and Shaftesbury (1666–1675)

Travels in France (1675–1679)

Return to England (1679–1683)

Exile in Holland (1683–1689)

The Public Figure (1689–1704)

Summary

Chapter Two: Reason, Revelation, and the Fall

Reason and Revelation

Hermeneutics

Human Nature: Locke and the Fall

Summary

Chapter Three: Adam and Patriarchal Political Order

Patriarchal Theory

Biblical Patriarchalists

Sir Robert Filmer and the Occasion of His Writings

Filmer’s Biblical Politics

Summary

Chapter Four: John Locke’s Adam: The First Treatise

The Inception of Locke’s Two Treatises

Locke and the Bible: The Critics

Locke’s Reply to Filmer: The First Treatise

Summary

Chapter Five: John Locke’s Adam: The Second Treatise

Natural Law

The State of Nature and Executive Privilege

Property

Paternal Power and Conjugal Society

The Beginning and End of Political Society

Summary


Conclusion

Notes

Index