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"Michael Ayers's magisterial "Locke is the philosophical work of the year and, no doubt, of the decade."-Terry Eagleton, "The Independent on Sunday "This is the most considerable book yet written on Locke's "Essay Concerning Human Understanding; it reflects scholarship, intelligence and a good nose for a philosophical problem . . . Michael Ayers's "Locke is an absorbingly interesting book; I have had a good time wrestling with it."-"Times Literary Supplement ." . . a distinguished contribution to philosophy which will be the starting point for much further discussion at many levels. Anybody who dares to claim that there is nothing to be learned from philosophy's history will have to contend with these volumes."-"Times Higher Education Supplement ." . . this study of Locke will surely outlive this decade, and perhaps several to come."-"London Review of Books "This carefully written book is a model for such studies."-"Choice

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