from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Locke, Alain LeRoy 1886-1954. American educator and writer who was a leader of the Harlem Renaissance. His works include Four Negro Poets (1927) and Negro Art: Past and Present (1936).
- Locke, John 1632-1704. English philosopher. In An Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690) he set out the principles of empiricism, and his Two Treatises on Government (1690) influenced the Declaration of Independence.
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- proper n. An English surname.
- proper n. John Locke (1632 – 1704); an influential English philosopher of the Enlightenment and social contract theorist.
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- n. English empiricist philosopher who believed that all knowledge is derived from sensory experience (1632-1704)
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Ben and locke never saw Jacob (when Locke heard "Help Me").
For some reason I always hope that Chojin Locke is on these lists.
John Locke is credited with influencing the American and French revolutions:
Locke is a young thief whose talent is recognized and nurtured by a con artist, Chains.
Double Florida state sprint record setter Locke is the 200 leader.
All state control gives you, argued Locke, is the “sin of hypocrisy, and contempt of his divine majesty.”
Last Appearance: Revealing to everybody outside of the temple that John Locke is still very, very dead.
Unlocked: Aside from the bomb's potential detonation, the most stunning moment of the fifth season finale was the revelation that John Locke is still dead, meaning that some sort of imposter had been using his likeness for the majority of the season.
Last Appearance: Realizing the horrible truth that the man he believed to be John Locke is someone very, very different.
- In "The Incident," Locke is able to convince Ben to kill Jacob, because disobeying this order would essentially dishonor Ben's daughter's wishes.