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Comment on Who Are Philosophers Less Willing To Hire? by Joshua Reagan

I should be clearer— the conflict between the high-church/royalist/cavaliers and the low-church/parliamentarian/round-heads was not limited to the English Civil war, but lasted throughout the 17th century until the former were defeated fairly definitively in the so-called Glorious Revolution of 1688. Locke had well-known sympathies for the latter faction. (He was also opposed to toleration for atheists, a fact I didn’t know until a few minutes ago.) 0 0 Report Full article:Comment Read more [...]