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Note; 1. Locke's boyhood - his early life in Oxford; 2. Medical studies - public experiments - connexion with Shaftesbury; 3. Residence in France - the Revolution - return to England - publication of the Essay and other works; 4. Life at Oates - friendships - further publications; 5. Political affairs - public occupations - relations with the king; 6. Controversy with Stillingfleet - other literary occupations - domestic life - Peter King - latter years - death; 7. Essay on the Human Understanding; 8. Locke's opinions on religion and morals, and his theological writings; 9. The Thoughts on Education and the Conduct of the Understanding; 10. Works on government, trade, and finance; 11. Locke's influence on thought.