Reading Questions _17_Locke_Pages 250-262

Reading Questions _17_Locke_Pages 250-262 - PHI 105.02...

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PHI 105.02 Prof. Epstein Guided Reading Questions for class meeting 10/22/10 Locke Second Treatise pgs. 250- 262. 1. What are Locke’s two justifications for property in the state of nature? (250) 2. Is property private or common initially? (250) 3. What does Locke mean when he says that man has property in his person? What are properly his? (251) 4. How does this fact justify private property? (251) 5. What is the limit that Locke first puts on the amount of private property one person can possess? (251) 6. Explain labor’s relationship to private property. (251) 7. Why doesn’t the laboring body need the consent of everyone else to take ownership of a part of the commons? (251) 8. Can you take as much from the commons as you please? (252) 9. Explain the relationship between enjoyment, use, and private property. (252) 10. How is ownership of the earth/land possible? (252) 11. When is enclosing land not an offense to others? (252) 12. How does Locke justify property in the State of Nature? How is this different
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