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John Locke's "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding" is one of the initial texts regarding Western philosophy. Its contributions to the philosophy of space and time, matter and power have influenced people through ages. It is a phenomenal probe into how and why people become purposeful individuals. In this valuable work, Locke deals broadly with language, ideas and philosophy of his age.
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An English philosopher, John Locke is the first person to expound the theory of empiricism in a methodical manner. Locke firmly believed that experience is the key to knowledge. He negated the likelihood of intuition leading to information and understanding.
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