The Works, vol. 5 Four Letters concerning Toleration
Locke was an early advocate of religious toleration. Collected in this volume are his letters or essays on this topic.
The Works of John Locke in Nine Volumes, (London: Rivington, 1824 12th ed.). Vol. 5.
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Table of Contents
- CONTENTS of this VOLUME.
- A LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION.
- to the READER.
- A SECOND LETTER CONCERNING TOLERATION.
- A THIRD LETTER FOR TOLERATION.*
- CHAPTER I.
- L. II. p. 427.—
- L. III. p. 67.
- L. II. p. 432.
- L. III. p. 76.
- CHAPTER II. Of the magistrate’s commission to use force in matters of religion.
- L. II. p. 389.
- L. III. p. 58.—
- L. II. p. 392.
- L. III. p. 63.
- CHAPTER III. Who are to be punished by your scheme.
- CHAPTER IV. What degrees of punishment.
- CHAPTER V. How long your punishments are to continue.
- CHAPTER VI. Of the end for which force is to be used.
- CHAPTER VII. Of your bringing men to the true religion.
- CHAPTER VIII. Of salvation to be procured by force, your way.
- L. II. p. 129.
- L. III. p. 68.
- L. II. p. 133.
- L. III. p. 71.
- CHAPTER IX. Of the usefulness of force in matters of religion.
- L. II. p. 125.
- L. III. p. 63.
- CHAPTER X. Of the necessity of force, in matters of religion.
- A FOURTH LETTER FOR TOLERATION.*