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    Englishmen‚ John Locke. John Locke was a philosophical influence in both political theory and theoretical philosophy‚ which was embraced among the era of 1789-1914 and the concept of equal rights among men. John Locke’s writings influenced the works of multiple diplomats concerning liberty and the social contract between society and the government. Locke’s ideology of man and power was the base for the concept of separation of powers. As one of the enlightenment thinkers‚ John Locke wrote the Two

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    Christie Rykowski November 30‚ 2014 Christianity and Cultures Plato’s Crito VS. John Locke Although John Locke and Socrates existed over a thousand years apart in time‚ they had very similar views on how societies are formed‚ societies duties to its’ people‚ and the role which religion should play in society. The key difference in their views are shown in the duty one owes to society. In this essay I will take you through the perspectives of both philosophers so we can understand how after so many

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    10/27/11 Global II John Locke- 1. John Locke was one of the greatest philosophers in Europe at the end of the seventeenth century. Locke grew up and lived through one of the most extraordinary centuries of English political and intellectual history. The collapse of the Protectorate after the death of Cromwell was followed by the Restoration of Charles II — the return of the monarchy‚ the House of Lords and the Anglican Church. 2. Born 1632‚ died 1704. Locke’s chief work while living at Lord Ashley’s

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    Philosophy MWF 2 PM October 15‚ 2012 John Locke’s Political Influence John Locke is among the most influential political philosophers of the modern period. One can easily see his tremendous influence on democracies throughout the world‚ especially the United States‚ today. Locke was born during 1632 in Somerset‚ England. He was the son of a Puritan lawyer who fought with the Parliamentarians against the King in the English Civil War. At the age of 14‚ Locke attended Westminster School; and later

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    LockeJohn (1632-1704) English philosopher‚ who founded the school of empiricism. Locke was born in the village of Wrington‚ Somerset‚ on August 29‚ 1632. He was educated at the University of Oxford and lectured on Greek‚ rhetoric‚ and moral philosophy at Oxford from 1661 to 1664. In 1667 Locke began his association with the English statesman Anthony Ashley Cooper‚ 1st earl of Shaftesbury‚ to whom Locke was friend‚ adviser‚ and physician. Shaftesbury secured for Locke a series of minor government

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    John Locke Western Civilization encompasses many new innovations‚ theories‚ and discoveries. However only the greatest people‚ events‚ and concepts of Western Civilization are still known and used today. In my opinion one of the most influential people of this time period is John Locke. Locke discovered multiple breakthroughs on natural law that still have a great impact on our modern society. John Locke was born August 29‚ 1632‚ in Wrington‚ a small village

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    JUSTIFYING REBELLION:John locke and the right to revolution John Locke was born in 1632 and died in 1704. Locke is among the most in fluential polictical philosophers of the modern period. John Locke argued that the people have rights like the right to life‚liberty and property. Locke was one of the founding fathers who were in favor of the right to revolt. The second amendment is opposed by the founders today. The american revolution it’s self is one of the most persuasive testimony illistrating

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    S.D. John Locke John Locke was one of the most important and influential philosophers ever in history‚ which he expressed through writing. John Locke was born on August 29‚ 1632 to John Locke and Agnes Keene‚ in a cottage by the church in Wrington‚ in the English county of Somerset. Immediately after he was born he was baptized. Both of his parents were Puritans and he was raised that way. His father was a country lawyer and a military man‚ in which he was a captain during the English Civil

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    John Locke was born on August 29‚ 1632‚ in Warington‚ a village in Somerset‚ England. In 1646 he went to Westminster school‚ and in 1652 to Christ Church in Oxford. In 1659 he was elected to a senior studentship‚ and tutored at the college for a number of years. Still‚ contrary to the curriculum‚ he complained that he would rather be studying Descartes than Aristotle. In 1666 he declined an offer of preferment‚ although he thought at one time of taking up clerical work. In 1668 he was elected a fellow

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    John Locke – The Second Treatise of Civil Government John Locke * Widely known as the Father of Classical Liberalism * Was an English philosopher and physician regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers * His work had a great impact upon the development of epistemology and political philosophy. * Considered one of the first of the British empiricists. he is equally important to social contract theory. * Published the “Two treatises of Government” in 1689

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