Locke Studies would like to remind everyone that we are happy to accept submissions on any aspect of Locke’s thought broadly construed. Our ambit includes scholarship on Locke’s intellectual milieu and on Locke’s contemporaries. We have a broad conception of that ambit and are happy to consider for publication submissions that discuss figures such as Walter Charleton, Samuel Parker, or the Cambridge Platonists through John Norris, Catherine Trotter Cockburn, or Anthony Collins as they illuminate the context in which Locke was working or in which his works were received. We aim to publish papers within weeks of their acceptance and are happy to consider revised works for resubmission. Please register and login here to review our publication policies and submit articles, reviews, or discussions notes.

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