The Enlightenment-Philosophy

The Enlightenment-Philosophy - Two Treaties of Government...

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The Enlightenment-Focus; Jean-Jacques Rouseau, PHIL 253 001 Group 2 By Mirae Park, Marcos Herrera, & Rufaro Mandizvidza Focus: Jean-Jacques Rouseau, John Locke, & Deism.
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Rufaro Mandizvidza John Locke I. Introduction: “Who is John Locke?” Listed Characteristics of John Locke Comparison of believes between ABC7 fictional character John Locke in “LOST” and 17 th Century British philosopher John Locke. As a philosopher what does he question, natural rights, role of government, II. Background: “Locke as an Ordinary Joe.” Where he was born? Where he went to school? What did he study? Associated with the Whig Party At one point in his life went into exile due to his writings. III. Contributions: “Notable Contributions to Political Philosophy.”
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Unformatted text preview: Two Treaties of Government Natural Rights Lockian Proviso Empiricist view of attaining knowledge Focus: Jean-Jacques Rouseau, John Locke, & Deism. IV. John Lockes Influence: Economics; Private Property, Labor Theory of Property, Theory of Mind (Self), & influences Adam Smith with his Invisible hand. Politics; Resulted and been maintained in our implemented system of "Checks & Balances." The entire framework of the United States government. Influenced much of modern libertarianism. V. Conclusion: In summary his works coherently incorporated political philosophy, philosophy, and economics and ideas are in full effect today. Focus: Jean-Jacques Rouseau, John Locke, & Deism....
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course PHIL 253 taught by Professor Cherubin during the Fall '07 term at George Mason.

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