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Essay heading: 4) Explain and evaluate the way in which Locke related his theory of property to his theory of government.
 
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With all due regard to private property, he says this cannot operate simply on the basis of consent. Therefore if we use an analogy to express the two conflicting views,??For Filmer men needed a concrete continuing authority in which they could be wrapped. Like crabs they could live only in a continuous God-given shell...
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But to Locke they were more like hermit crabs: the shells they needed, their instincts made available to them. It was God?s world they lived in- but as difficult as it seemed.?? According to Locke?s theory of government, consent is the basis for government, not for property and he thus claims it necessary for consistency in his theory...
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