Locke Studies is the one journal in the world that deals specifically with John Locke, and is the continuation of The Locke Newsletter, which appeared for thirty-one years, beginning in 1970. It publishes articles and research notes on all aspects of Locke’s life and work, and on related authors; also queries on unresolved points in Locke, or unsolved problems. Submissions may be made in English, French, German, or Italian. Its international scope and significance has been recognised by the European Science Foundation, which ranks Locke Studies as an international journal with significant visibility. All articles are blind peer-reviewed.

Timothy Stanton
Editor