Chappell, V. (ed.)

John Locke, political philosophy / edited with introductions by Vere Chappell. – New York ; London : Garland Publishing, 1992. – x, 312 p. – (Essays on early modern philosophers ; vol. 9)


Series introduction (p. v-vi)
Volume introduction (p. ix-x)
Lorenne M. G. Clark
“Women and John Locke, or, Who owns the apples in the Garden of Eden?” (p. 1-26)
Joshua Cohen
“Structure, choice, and legitimacy : Locke’s theory of the state” (p. 27-50)
John Dunn
“Consent in the political theory of John Locke” (p. 51-80)
John Dunn
“Justice and the interpretation of Locke’s political theory” (p. 82-101)
David Gauthier
“Why ought one obey God? : reflections on Hobbes and Locke” (p. 103-124)
Patrick Kelly
“ ‘All things richly to enjoy’ : economics and politics in Locke’s Two treatises of government (p. 125-145)
John Kilcullen
“Locke on political obligation” (p. 147-168)
Jeffrie G. Murphy
“A paradox in Locke’s theory of natural rights” (p. 170-185)
Patrick Riley
“On finding an equilibrium between consent and natural law in Locke’s political philosophy” (p. 186-206)
David C. Snyder
“Locke on natural law and property rights” (p. 207-234)
David E. Soles
“Intellectualism and natural law in Locke’s Second treatise (p. 235-253)
Charles D. Tarlton
“A rope of sand : interpreting Locke’s First treatise of government (p. 255-285)
James Tully
“The framework of natural rights in Locke’s analysis of property : a contextual reconstruction” (p. 287-310)
Acknowledgments (p. 311-612)