Locke- the social contract

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  • John Locke- The social contract.
    • State:
      • People should surrender their rights to society.
      • Should have authority.
        • Has authority because it is supported by the majoirty.
      • Should uphold individual rights.
        • freedoms
      • Locke didnt like goverment
    • Epistomology
      • Locke believed no human nature
        • All knowledge we have has to be built
        • Everyone is born the same.
  • In return nobody is above the law.
    • People should surrender their rights to society.
  • Locke believed no human nature
    • All knowledge we have has to be built
    • Everyone is born the same.
  • Rights
    • John Locke- The social contract.
      • State:
        • Should have authority.
          • Has authority because it is supported by the majoirty.
        • Should uphold individual rights.
          • freedoms
        • Locke didnt like goverment
      • Epistomology
    • everyone has rights to:
      • Rights
        • Liberties
        • Happiness
      • In social contract:
        • Noone is above the law.
          • Not even the ruler
        • People should surrender rights to society.

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