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About John Locke
John Locke had his own views on many of the major Enlightenment ideas. He firmly believed in natural law: that man has a right to life, liberty, and property. He believed that man had to make a "social contract" which governed morality and how to live. He had firm beliefs about government. He thought that government had a duty to the people whom they governed. That if the people felt as though the government was not just, they had a right to overthrow the government. With his belief of natural law, he believed that government had to follow this law in order to rule justly.
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