In which are Explained, His Notions in His Essay Concerning Human Understanding, and in Some of His Other Works John Locke, William ... I cannot but wish well to all Men of Parts and Learning, and be ready to afford them all the Civilities and good Offices in my Power. But there must be other Qualities to bring me to a Friendship, and unite me in those stricter Ties of Concern : For I put a great deal ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Familiar Letters Between Mr. John Locke, and Several of His Friends|
|Author||:||John Locke, William Molyneux, Sir Thomas Molyneux, Philippus van Lomborch|