Bodleian Library, Oxford University

MS. Locke d. 3

Two works written against John Norris and the ideas of Nicolas Malebranche (1693).

The manuscript consists of 28 unbound half sheets, each folded once to form 4 pages. Each page is divided into two equal columns; the text is written in the left-hand columns, leaving the right-hand columns for additions, corrections, and references. The text is in the hand of an unidentified scribe, with additions and corrections by Locke.

2o. approx. 220 × 170 mm. A-Z AA-DD2. pp. 1-109 110-112.

pp. 1-88:

Of seeing all things in God

pp. 89-112:

Some other loose thoughts …