locke vs. rousseau

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(The law of nature being one internal, which commanded that no one should harm another as concerning their "life, health, liberty, or possessions" [p.4]). In Locke's pre-contract condition, one was not at absolute liberty to do whatever one chose to do; they were inherently bound by the law of nature...
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Private property was something which arose from the stages leading up to the need for authority. Where Locke saw property as something which was naturally protected in the state of nature, Rousseau conceived of property ?the result of greed, competition and vanity- as humanities reason for abandoning such a time and entering into the contract...
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