Category Archives: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay]

LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 13-19

LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 13-19

  • Chapter 13 – Of the Subordination of the Powers of the Commonwealth
    • Though the legislative power is the supreme power in a commonwealth, if the legislative act is contrary to the trust reposed in the legislature by the people to act according to the best interests of the society, then the power devolves into the hands of the people again, and the people can place it anew where they think best for their safety and security. Continue reading LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 13-19
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LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 6-12

LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 6-12

LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 1-5

LOCKE: Concerning Civil Government [Second Essay] Ch. 1-5