What is the extent of human knowledge concerning the self, an external world, or God in Locke’s Essay concerning Human Understanding? Outline one of Locke’s arguments for continuity of self, knowledge of the external world, or God’s existence (state & clarify the premises, and defend the conclusion). Is his argument convincing? What kind of knowledge does he leave available for the religious believer? Consider at least one objection to his ‘rationalist’ view of religion by a defender of an ‘enthusiast’ religious perspective (excessive or fanatical religious zeal). How does Locke respond to such criticisms?