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This bibliography section of this book titled The Great Ocean of Knowledge contains a list of manuscript sources from British library and royal society. It also contains printed sources. The book sets John Locke's use of travel literature within the context of the natural historical methods of investigation associated with Francis Bacon and the Royal Society. It examines the notes he made in his common place books to demonstrate that Locke was developing a form of comparative social anthropology and had a sympathetic attitude towards Native Americans despite his role as a colonial administrator.

Keywords: Francis Bacon; John Locke

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