AcknowledgmentsIntroduction1. The Possibility of Political TheoryIntroductionTwo Kinds of UnderstandingThe Essay and the Two TreatisesThe Application and the Foundation of Moral KnowledgeMoral Knowledge and Moral FreedomConclusion: Reason and Politics2. Legitimate and Illegitimate Power: The Normative TheoryThe Requirements of Political TheoryLegitimate and Illegitimate Power: The First TreatiseLegitimate and Illegitimate Power: The Second Treatise3. Legitimate and Illegitimate Power: Practical Tests of the Normative TheoryIntroductionObligationResistance4. Reason and Politics ReconsideredIntroductionGovernment as JudgeReason, Freedom, WillConclusion: Locke and Liberal TheoryBibliographyIndex
Ruth W. Grant (Author)
Ruth W. Grant is professor of political science and philosophy and a senior fellow of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. She is the author of "John Locke's Liberalism" and "Hypocrisy and Integrity".