POLI REC LOCKE 1 - LIBERTY- equality and reason Teaching,...

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People Rights/Dutie s Means Ends Natural Spread out, live as individuals and equals, large amount of resources, not much need to labor. Ex. Garden of Eden Preservation of self and others, as much property as labor can produce, without waste, punishment of those that go against Food, hunting, gathering Happiness Survival, addition of people leads to TOO MANY FOR RESOURC ES Conventiona l Father/children(come s from natural authority) Small Communities Duty of father- raise children and punishment
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Unformatted text preview: LIBERTY- equality and reason Teaching, farming Basic society, private property Political Citizens punishment Social contract Society Authority: According to Locke Consent- tacit (unspoken), explicit (spoken) Liberty = equality and reason Exit Rights- after a long chain of abuses, one can leave a contract FOR PAPER- not sharply drawn difference between natural and conventional, difference between public and private authorities, reasons to lower the boundary...
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course SOCI 100 taught by Professor Mcgee during the Spring '10 term at East Carolina University .

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POLI REC LOCKE 1 - LIBERTY- equality and reason Teaching,...

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