James Tyrrell

James Tyrrell


Nationality: English

Historical Period: The Early Modern Period

Tyrrell was a Commonwealthman and a friend of John Locke and Richard Cumberland, and a popularizer of their ideas. He is best known for his critique of Filmer’s book on patriarchy and his dialogue Bibliotheca Politica between the Tory, Meanwell, and the Whig, Freeman.

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