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Political Science
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POLS 1000
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Natalie Guriel

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Tuesday November 5 2013LectureOutline Liberalism and Liberal Democracy II I John Locke and Agricultural Capitalism a State of natureoptimistic but inconvenient b Social contractfirst men enter into societysecond form a governmentgovernment subject to conditions c Locke and the landed classdefence of property rights II Industrial Capitalism and Liberal Democracy a Productive capitalism growing domestic market great mass of labour b Industrial transformation reorganization of labour technology c Social conditionsdemand for rights Locke seen around liberal societies todaywork engages in same ideas as Hobbes work some say others say it is copiedLocke claimed he hasnt read Hobbes workstarts from a state of natureindividuals exist together in a state without any over arching authoritydifference lock understands state of nature more optimisticallyliberty generally follow the laws of naturelaw of nature includes moral behaviour understand their behaviour in relation to one other through morality and reasonstate of nature is not a state of warmost people most of the time recognize other rights liberty property and labour right to property is defined through natureproperty comes before civil societypeople get alongtransgressions1
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