Essay heading: John Locke and Commercial Capitalism

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Therefore Adam's heirs do not have any rights, and if they did it would be impossible to determine his heirs today (Locke §1). In other words, since no one owns the world, everyone has equal rights to the use of the land. Locke argues that, God, who hath given the world to men in common, hath also given them reason to make use of it to the best advantage of life and convenience...
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The earth and all that is therein is given to men for the support and comfort of their being. And though all the fruits it naturally produces, and beasts it feeds, belong to mankind in common, as they are produced by the spontaneous hand of Nature, and nobody has originally a private dominion exclusive of the rest of mankind in any of them, as they are thus in their natural state (Locke §26)...
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