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Unformatted text preview: state of nature? 2. How do people in Locke's state of nature justify forming a civil society. What are their reasons or motives for leaving the state of nature? 3. How does Locke's view of human nature determine the extent or limit of the state's authority in people's lives? 4. According to Lockes theory of property rights, how does one come to own property? Are there natural limits to acquisition? What are they? 5. How does inequality in property arise in Locke's theory of property and how does he justify it? 6. Under what conditions would revolution be just in Locke's view?...
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