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John Locke Bibliography -- Chapter 6, Toleration [ ]
The two ways in which it will be taken advantage of are 1 the Pretense of Loyalty to God in which believers avoid legitimate civic duties with spurious religious claims and 2 the Pretense of Loyalty to the Common Good where religious bigotry is justified by pretending civic order is at risk. An example of the second pretense is the French argument for banning yarmulkes in public schools because they threaten public order. The remainder of the book tells the story of how Locke thinks we can guard against these pretenses, because only once we have, can we form a safe society committed to religious freedom.
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