In The Eyes Of John Locke And Thomas Hobbes
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April 4, 2014
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According to John Locke this is seen as an infringement upon the natural rights of individuals.
In his opinion, life, liberty, health and possessions are seen as sacred to each person. All people are considered equal according to their divine right to not be imposed upon in regards to these above rights...
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And it is the responsibility of civil government, created in mutual agreement of the mass, to make sure that these rights are not infringed upon. Thus in the case of increased governmental surveillance, John Locke would find it hard to justify the right of the government to infringe upon the personal rights of its people considering that the purpose of this government is to protect those rights...
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