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On Lock’s Religious View

Author: WangHui
Tutor: ZhouChunSheng
School: Shanghai Normal University
Course: World History
Keywords: Locke Empirical philosophy the Social Contract Gentleman education Religious tolerance
CLC: B91
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2009
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Abstract


In the changing seventeenth century’s Europe, Locke had experienced and thought all aspects of society, so had written many famous books which are never forget by people. Locke’s thoughts are very extensive but not scattered, there is always a spirit link them together. On writer’s opinion, it is his religious view. In Locke’s thinking, the existence of God couldn’t be doubt, no matter what the issues of Locke thinking, the God would guide him in the moment. So in order to better grasp the overall Locke’s ideas, the part of his religion mustn’t be ignored.This article focuses on Locke’s religious views, and the relationship between his religious thoughts and his thoughts of philosophy, politics, education, so that we could through analyze his viewpoint of the religion to understand his historical influence. Based on this, the text is divided into five chapters: the first chapter on the main elements of Locke’s religion; Chapter II to Chapter IV focuses on the relationship between each aspect of Lock’s thoughts; final chapter analyzes the impact of Locke’s religion.Of course, studying Lock’s religious view is not just about the meaning of the Locke himself. Because Locke’s religious thought special his religious tolerance thought had so actual significance, even in today it still has a very high reference value. Studies his religious thinking will help us absorbing valuable concept so as to correctly handle the world’s religious problems.

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