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Two Treatises of Government by John Locke

Two Treatises of Government by John Locke

John Locke

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This is a foundational work that laid the groundwork for modern political philosophy. In it, John Locke criticizes absolute monarchy and argues for the necessity of a constitutional monarchy or republic.
In the first treatise, Locke considers the natural right of man to life, liberty, and property. He argues that these rights are inalienable and cannot be transferred to anyone.

In the second treatise, Locke argues that people create society and government to protect their natural rights. He argues that government derives its authority from the people and that the people have the right to overthrow the government if it violates the natural rights of the people.

«Two Treatises of Government» had a profound impact on the development of political thought. They became the basis for many revolutions, including the American and French. The ideas expressed in «Two Treatises of Government» have been highly influential in the development of democracy and human rights. Locke's argument that people have natural rights to life, liberty, and property has been used to justify revolutions against tyrannical governments. His argument that government derives its authority from the consent of the governed has been used to establish constitutional monarchies and republics.

«Two Treatises of Government »is a classic work of political philosophy that continues to be relevant today.

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Category: Modern history
Language: Ukrainian
Publisher: Nash Format
Paper type: Mat
Cover type: Hard
Age: 16+
Print length: 312
ISBN: 978-617-7863-21-1
Dimension: 155.0 x 235.0 mm