• Locke And Rouseau Relationship between the "Hand and the Glove" theory

     

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Publicēts: 01.12.1996.
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Living in a world, where mankind has the freedom and right to do as they please,
we must have certain laws. Without these laws, the world would be an utter chaos. To
have laws, you must have a government. The purpose of a government is to ensure the
rights of all people to life, health, liberty, and possessions, which all humans are born
equally to. In Locke's theory of government, he uses the analogy of a glove. The glove is
the protection of the hand, which is Rousseau's theory of a Social Contract. The Social
Contract is a contract in which you are in a group in which every person in t…

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