Title Page, Copyright

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Introduction

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pp. ix-xx

John Locke's Letter Concerning Toleration, originally published in Latin in 1689, is widely known as a founding text in the history of toleration. It is usually claimed that Locke was among the first who defended a "modern" concept of toleration. This interpretation rests on the basic distinction...

Of the Nature and Qualification of Religion in reference to Civil Society

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The Introductory Epistle

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pp. 3-6

The extraordinary Character you have acquir'd by the joint Consent of those that have the Honour of your Acquaintance, Encourages me to deviate from the common Road, used by our Modern Authors; being made sufficiently sensible, how much a Mind endow'd with Genorous and Modest...

The Contents

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pp. 7-10

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Of the Nature and Qualification of Religion, in Reference to Civil Society, &c.

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pp. 11-140

Among all those Questions, which have for many Ages past been Controverted among Christians, this may be deem'd one of the Chiefest; which Treats of the Nature, Authority, and Power of the Church; and which of the several Christian Sects ought most justly to claim the Title...

Selected Bibliography

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pp. 141-143

Index

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pp. 145-158

Publication Information

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