Should a discussion of the social contract be included on the John Locke page, or should it have its own page?
Please take a look....
At the "Abuse" page, last item, "Abuse of sysop priviledge". [] I posted there that I would ask a few other Sysop's to look at what they are talking about. Please don't rush, and consider the edits, etc. Your decision if you want to post there, what you think, or wherever. THANKS! Please, you can thank me later for this good turn. --~ TerryK Talk2Me! 08:19, 23 March 2007 (EDT)
Maybe too cynical? LOL....thanks for catching it!
Two Treatises of Civil Government
Needs a page for that as it was an important work that was very progressive for his time. This article needs to be lengthened as well. Rellik 14:36, 30 March 2008 (EDT)
Perhaps the mention of his influence on liberalism should be qualified? As in, shouldn't a distinction be made in that he contributed mainly to Classical Liberalism, whereas modern progressive liberalism would like to forget many of his views, such as those on private property. --Dokuma 13:57, 28 April 2010 (EDT)