What is the purpose of the social contract?
The social contract is also known as a political contract. The purpose is to address any questions of the origin of society, and the legitimacy of the authority of the state over an individual
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How did social contract related to the development of government?
Asked in Contract Law
In hobbes's ''leviathan''the purpose of the social contract is to create a sovereagn who can?
Example of a social contract?
Asked in American Revolution
When was the social contract written by John Locke?
Can someone legally bind someone else by a contract?
Yes. That is the purpose of a contract although you haven't included the details. Yes. That is the purpose of a contract although you haven't included the details. Yes. That is the purpose of a contract although you haven't included the details. Yes. That is the purpose of a contract although you haven't included the details.
Explain the purpose of a contract with reference to a policy - short term insurance?
How do you use the word social contract in a sentence?
Asked in Philosophy and Philosophers
What is a social contract?
Social Contract is a contract between the king and the people. People give power to the government to create and enforce laws. The king would protect the natural rights through laws. When the contract is broken, people have the right to change the government. Social contract is agreeing on something . This could be any where from modeling to political.
Does the US government function under a social contract?
What is an example of a social contract?
Asked in Political Science
Socialists commonly believe in a social contract. true or false?
What could be a sentence with the word Social Contract in it?
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Founding Fathers, Philosophy and Philosophers, Thomas Jefferson
Social contract theory of Thomas hobbes?
Essentially, the people are responsible for creating the government to aid them in their interest, therefore if the government violates it's purpose, working in its own self-interest, or against the interest of the people, then the 'social contract' is void, and the people can take away from it the power they gave to it.