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John Locke as Translator: Three of the Essais of Pierre Nicole in French and English (Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment) download ebook
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John Locke as Translator book  . Published July 1st 2000 by Voltaire Foundation in Association with Liverpool University Press.

John Locke as Translator book. John Locke as Translator: Three of the Essais of Pierre Nicole (SV). 072940708X (ISBN13: 9780729407083).

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The third part of the paper discusses the two chapters on fallacies. John Locke as translator: Three of the Essais of Pierre Nicole in French and English. Oxford: Voltaire Foundation. It focuses on their place in the book and their relation with its general orientation, before turning to their content, closely connected with some major concerns of the time. Fallacies Sophisms Port-Royal Dialectic Logic Jansenism.

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An Essay Concerning Human Understanding is a work by John Locke concerning the foundation of human knowledge and understanding. It first appeared in 1689 (although dated 1690) with the printed title An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. He describes the mind at birth as a blank slate (tabula rasa, although he did not use those actual words) filled later through experience.

Three essays by Pierre Nicole deal with some of the main.

John Locke as translator: three of the Essais of Pierre Nicole in French and. English. Three essays by Pierre Nicole deal with some of the main. topics in Locke’s later writings: society, morality, toleration, knowledge, and opinion. A long overdue study of the life and works of one of the. most celebrated and successful dramatic authors of his. time, formerly regarded as the ‘God of vaudeville’ but. mysteriously almost unknown today. SVEC 2000:01, ISBN 0 0, . 26 pages, 9 ill.

Much of this begins with the Clarke/Collins controversy of 1707–08.

36 Nicole, Pierre, John Locke as Translator: Three of the Essais of Pierre Nicole, ed. Yolton, J. S. (Oxford, 2000); on Locke's engagement with Nicole see Kelly, Duncan, The Propriety of Liberty and the Quality of Responsible. Political Thought (Princeton, 2011), 20–58, at 24–40. 37 See Locke's journal entry for 30 September 1676, printed in Lough, John, Locke's Travels in France, 1675–79 (Cambridge, 1953), 111.

Pierre Nicole was a major figure in the Jansenist controversy in seventeenth-century France. His essays, which were widely read and appeared in various editions during his lifetime, cover a broad range of religious subjects. John Locke first came across Nicole's work during his visit to France in the 1670s, and was so struck by it that he intended to translate all the Essais de morale into English. When he had translated three of them, however he learned that the work had been done already, so he abandoned the project and presented what he had done so far to the countess of Shaftesbury, wife of his patron. Locke's translation, in a neatly written presentation copy, is now housed in the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York. The three essays that he translated - 'Discours () de l'existence de Dieu & l'immortalité de l'âme', 'Traité de la faiblesse de l'homme', and 'Traité des moyens de conserver la paix avec les hommes' - deal with topics that he later discusses at length in his own writings: society, morality, toleration and opinion. This volume reproduces the text of Nicole's three essays from an early edition facing Locke's deliberately free and impressionistic rendering into English, a style which he hoped might convey the sense of the author better than a literal translation. The choice of these three essays to translate first, out of the whole of the Essais de morale, and the changes that Locke made to his French original in the course of translation, illuminate our understanding of his thought and of its development.