By Victor Nuovo
The amount will include a sequence of interpretative reviews of Locke’s philosophical and non secular notion in old context and examine his contributions to the Enlightenment and glossy liberal proposal.
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Its searches after Truth, are a sort of Hawking and Hunting, wherein the very pursuit makes a great part of the Pleasure. Every step the Mind takes in its Progress towards Knowledge, makes some Discovery, which is not only new, but the best too, for the time at least. And further on, he enlarges on ‘the Hunter’s Satisfaction’ Every moment of his Pursuit will reward his Pains with some Delight; and he will have reason to think his time not ill spent, even when he cannot much boast of any great Acquisition.
Notice that Locke is recommending to members of the gentle class a useful way to spend their leisure hours, namely in intellectual pursuits, and he presents himself, with appropriate modesty, as an example. Writing his book was a ‘diversion’, ‘entertainment’, ‘Sport’, or ‘amusement’. Writing and reading An Essay is represented as something one does to pass the time. It pleases, and yet, paradoxically, it is also laborious, the hours spent are heavy. He has been engaged in serious pursuits, which cost him much in pain and effort.
My source is Lewis & Short, A Latin Dictionary (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879). 46 47 18 1 A Portrait of John Locke as a Christian Virtuoso That Locke made the connections between himself and Caesar and the sailor with his plumb-line may not seem as evident to others at it seems to me, but since this episode is all about risk, I will risk asserting it. Locke was taking several risks in publishing his book: the usual ones of an author: that his book would appear and not be noticed, or, if noticed, misunderstood, or generally poorly received.