John Locked

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Philosophy

 

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Gregory B

 

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February 19, 2014

 

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It seems as if John Locke has something against government itself and not what government provides.
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Locke also claims that civil society was created for the protection of property. In saying this, he relies on the etymological root of "property," Latin proprius, or that which is one's own, including oneself. Thus, by "property" he means "life, liberty, and estate." By saying that political society was established for the better protection of property, he claims that it serves the private and non-political interests of its constituent members: it does not promote some good which can be realized only in community with others...
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