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S.-J. (Sami) Savonius-Wroth is currently completing a study of John Locke and the Early Enlightenment. His interest in Locke originated at the University of Cambridge where Sami was a student and, subsequently, a fellow at Clare Hall, Cambridge. Later, when based at the University of Helsinki, he co-edited The Bloomsbury Companion to Locke (revised edition, 2014).
The history of political and moral philosophy from Plato to Marx; Enlightenment Europe.
Forthcoming or in preparation:
‘Corruption and Regeneration in the Political Imagination of John Locke’, in Justin Champion, John Coffey, Tim Harris, and John Marshall, eds., Politics, Religion and Ideas in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Britain (Boydell & Brewer).
‘State of nature’, in Jessica Gordon-Roth and Shelley Weinberg, eds., The Lockean Mind (Routledge).
Monograph, Revolution and Regeneration in the Philosophy of John Locke.