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Lecture 23

POL200Y1 Lecture 23: Locke, Second Treatise, Chapters 6-19
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Humanity is self-made species - made through money
Each works for self, but benefits all
Locke is a realist in Machiavellian way
Paternal power is not the same as political
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob are fathers of bible
Mother has an equal title - cites bible as saying must show equal
respect to both parents
Locke's objection : what about mother?
Difference between obedience - only as long as minor, and honour lasts
for ever
Honour does not mean to obey
Chapter VI - paternal power
Wife subject to husband / children to parents
If want to divorce spouse or kids it is okay, don't need to keep them
Utilitarian view of marriage
Nothing special about marriage, it is merely mating
Chapter VII - Marriage
Mayflower compact 1620 - but they did occur
Looking historically there were not often social contracts
105-112 concedes that early societies were patriarchal / monarchical - but
these societies still rested on consent, these people willingly accepted
Chapter VIII - political societies
Life, liberty, and estate = property, trinity
3 things that define what is one's own
Preservation of property --> object of society
131 government must secure everyone's property
Chapter IX - ends of political society and government
Lecture 2.11:
Second Treatise,
chapters 6-19
March 23, 2017
2:00 PM
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Lecture 2.11: Second Treatise, chapters 619 March23, 2017 2:00 PM Humanity is selfmade species made through money Each works for self, but benefits all Locke is a realist in Machiavellian way Chapter VI paternal power Paternal power is not the same as political Filmore claimed to derive from bible advocated patriarchal politics sovereign is father, people family Abraham, Isaac, Jacob are fathers of bible Lockes objection : what about mother? Mother has an equal title cites bible as saying must show equal respect to both parents Parental power > family not naturally patriarchal nor parent over children Difference between obedience only as long as minor, and honour lasts for ever Honour does not mean to obey Patriarchs lived long lives children still honoured obeyed until death (bible) unconditional Childs obligation to honour his parents is dependent on how well parents do > child judges Enforces power of obedience honour with property > gift favourite child with inheritance Chapter VII Marriage Christians viewed as sacred, permanent, continues in spite of worldly Wife subject to husband children to parents Humans require more education, are dependent on parents for longer > requires parents to stay together to support > marriage is not sacred, bestial Utilitarian view of marriage If want to divorce spouse or kids it is okay, dont need to keep them Nothing special about marriage, it is merely mating Chapter VIII political societies Looking historically there were not often social contracts Mayflower compact 1620 but they did occur 105112 concedes that early societies were patriarchal monarchical but these societies still rested on consent, these people willingly accepted 105,108 Americans enjoy as much title to land as any other society, dont have as much property, have a legitimate government Chapter IX ends of political society and government Preservation of property > object of society Life, liberty, and estate = property, trinity 3 things that define what is ones own 131 government must secure everyones property Society does not aim at any common good other than to simply secure
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