John Locke (disambiguation)

John Locke (disambiguation)

John Locke (1632–1704) was a 17th century English philosopher.

John Locke may also refer to:
*John Locke (Canadian politician) (1825–1873), Nova Scotia Senator, 1867–1873
*John Locke (musician) (1943–2006), former member of the jazz-hard rock band Spirit
*John Locke (Massachusetts), member of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1823–1829
*John Locke (American Professor) (1792–1856)
*John Locke (poet) (1847–1889), Irish poet, novelist and journalist
*John Locke (Lost), fictional character on the U.S. television show "Lost"


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