PLPT 3020 Lec 3 01 - PLPT 3020 Lec 3 1 Historical BG to Lockes Two Treaties of Government 1689 a The nature of political authority from Trees of

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PLPT 3020 Lec 3 01/23/2013 1. Historical BG to Locke’s “Two Treaties of Government” 1689 a) The nature of political authority from Trees of Contracts b) The Real Reformation in England: from below: Calvinism (Puritanism) b.i. John Calvin b.ii. Calvinism is the first modern, revolutionary political ideology c) Calvinists and the English Civil War in 1642 d) Locke and the Glorious Revolution in 1688 2. Tree metaphor for authority a) 11 th -12 th dual concept of authority b) 16 th Luther, Calvin – breakdown of the concept begins c) 17 th Locke and England Revolution 3. Calvin: a) Pilgrim/Puritans b) Calvin b.i. There shouldn't be any religious hierarchy (with Luther) b.ii. There shouldn't be any political hierarchy (against Luther) – corrupt political authority is just the problem of Christian society – “first modern, revolutionary political ideology” b.iii. Christian to do – get rid of “ungodly” corruption, political situation – sin to rebel becomes sin not to rebel 4. Calvinists a) Politically radical b)
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