Political Theory Midterm Review

Political Theory Midterm Review - ID Law for Aquinas...

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Political Theory Midterm Review ID Definition Law for Aquinas Act or measure whereby man is restrained from acting; the ordinance of reason for the common good promulgated by the community Natural Law for Aquinas The rational creature’s participation in the eternal law Power of Speech in Aristotle Reveals the advantages and harms and thus the just and unjust Diffidence in Hobbes Suspicion of others as equals, and hence hope of achieving our ends Law of Nature in Hobbes A precept of general rule found out by reason by which a man is forbidden to do that which is destructive of his life or take away the means it may be preserved Right of Nature in Hobbes The liberty each man has to use his power as he will himself for the preservation of his own nature, his own life Good Life in Aristotle The act of moving from village to the most natural environment, the city and the ability to participate in speech, politics and the virtue of justice which only man can do Political Society in Locke A society in which there be a right of making laws with
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