John Locke's untitled manuscript qQuestions Concerning the Law of Natureq (1664) was his only work focused on the subject of natural law, a circumstance that is especially surprising since his published writings touch on the subject frequently, if inconclusively. Containing a substantial apparatus criticus, this new edition of Locke's manuscript is faithful to Locke's original intentions.By so doing, he made it altogether clear that he was marking the termination of these questions on natural law. It should be ... Locke again answers aquot;Affirmatur, aquot; yes, it is thus knowable, and again an extended discussion of the issue follows.
|Title||:||Questions Concerning the Law of Nature|
|Author||:||John Locke, Robert Horwitz, Jenny Strauss Clay|
|Publisher||:||Cornell University Press - 2008-01-01|