My first book that dealt with these matters was "English Political writers: From Locke to Burke" (Knopf, 1963).
“Barack Obama is like the wallpaper of her life,” Locke says of her two-and-a-half year-old daughter.
In his Second Treatise of Government, Locke helped lay the conceptual groundwork for the American rebellion.
Now instead of struggling over essay prompts that ask "Why do Hobbes and Locke have such different views of political authority?"
His first commissioned poster was of Locke for the viral campaign surrounding the ABC show Lost.
I'd like for you to say a good word for me, if it falls your way, to this Mr. Locke—and Trask.
Lady Locke looked at him quite gravely while he was speaking.
They are interesting mainly as a link between Locke and the Scottish school.
Lady Locke looked up, and seemed to come to a sudden resolution.
Locke had left the Great Eastern, and there was little chance of encountering the man elsewhere.