Essay heading: John Locke's Critique on President Bush's Preservation of Three Natural Rights: Life, Liberty, and Estate

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October 23, 2003

 

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He felt that there can be no justification for imposing ones own beliefs on others. Locke was a defender of toleration of diverse ideas, cultures, and views. Under John Locke's model government, contrary to Hobbes, a state can revoke itself from the social contract. The government depends on the consent of those who are being governed...
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The government depends on the consent of those who are being governed. Locke believed that after the escape from the state of nature, people enter a social contract. This contract provides complete freedom to conduct one's life as one best sees fit, free from the interference of others. The American colonists borrowed many of their ideas from Locke, such as the right to revolution...
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