John Locke's "Letter on Toleration" is one of the central texts of
liberal political philosophy. Locke's defence of religious
toleration and his insistence on the separate roles of church and
state have been of fundamental importance in the theoretical and
practical development of liberalism. This book brings together the
text of the "Letter" in the original translation by William Popple
and critical articles on its philosophical themes. The volume
contains specially commissioned articles as well as reprints of
seminal essays. The editor's introduction sets the "Letter" in the
wider context of Locke's political philosophy and traces the
philosophical themes which run through it. This book should be of
interest to advanced students and teachers of philosophy and the
history of political thought.
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