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Paul D. Van Pelt

Locke's Essay was what fired my interest in philosophy. But I read it once and rarely refer to it now. If we do the following, convention=common interest, it is a wonder to me there can be either. There are far too many opposing interests flying around and convention gets left in the dust. Another blog discussed leasure and technology today. That was interesting also. Messrs. Hume and Locke would find it all perplexing.

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