Natural rights

what were the variety of doctrines and theories from classical liberalism ?
natural rights, utilitarianism, economic liberalism, social darwinism, neoliberalism
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what is a human right ?
rights to which people are entitled by virtue of being human; universal and fundamental rights.
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both Hobbes and Locke believed that government was formed through a ...?
social contract
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In the american declartion of independence jefferson described inalienable rights as ?
life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
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what did hobbes fear would happen without a strong government ?
a state of nature
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Locke believed in a limited government but what did this actually ?
the functions of government should not extend beyond the minial function of preserving public order and protecting property (night watchman state)
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what was jeffersons famous quote on natural rights ?
That government is best which governs least
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what is the definition of natural rights ?
God-given rights that are fundamental to human beings and are therefore inalienable (they cannot be taken away)
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what are inalienable rights ?
they cannot be taken away
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how do you spell keynesianism
K E Y N E S I A N I S M
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