John Locke argued that before society was orginized?
humans had natural rights.
He doesn’t address humans before society he defended the claim that men by nature were free and equal against the claim that God had made naturally subject to a monarch. The person’s moral and or political obligation are dependent upon a contract or agreement among them to form the society in which they live.
John Locke believed that government is a necessary element of society in which everyone benefits, and that people willingly sacrifice some personal liberties in order to be part of that society. He also believed, however, that people had certain inalienable rights, and that governments do not have the right to ask members of the society over which it rules to sacrifice those rights as a condition. Those inalienable rights are life, liberty and property. Locke…
Which enlightnment philosopher argued that the people should be treated equally and they had the right to change their government if their government if it was not protecting their rights?
Hows the theorists John Locke Thomas Hobbes OR Jean-Jaques Rousseau's arguments validate or negate the novel Lord of the Flies?
The declaration of independence john Locke believed that human beings were born with certain divine rights, the right to live, the right to liberty, the right to good health etc. he argued that these rights alone, the "natural rights", are soley capable of maintaining a harmonious society. he argued that the presence of a ruler to carry out "human rights" is uncalled for as human beings, through rationality and instinct already now them. a sovereign…