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pd2locke

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Krystal Duguay

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Is Man Good or Evil? John Locke Man Is Good Treaties of Government I agree with Locke. Every man has the right to protect their natural rights. The government is in place to protect these rights. Human behavior is based on reason and tolerance. Are people in constant battle with others, that is, man vs. man? Or do people generally wish to cooperate with other, that is, man with man? Man with Man Locke thinks that because everyone has these natural rights granted to them at birth, no one wants their rights taken away or violated, so why would a person violate those rights of others? What would life and human relations be like in the absence of government? A legitimate government is needed. A government is in place to protect the natural rights, and punish the few evil that endanger the rights of others. "All mankind... being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty or possessions." -- John Locke So without a government to punish the evil, there would be an extreme amount of corruption. Do people consider the ramifications on their actions and how those actions will affect others? why or why not? Yes, people do consider the ramifications of their actions. Generally speaking, people know if they break laws, they will have to pay for it. It could be a fine, or it could result in jail or prison depending on how bad the action was. This would affect the individual, and their families. The action of the individual doesn't have to be breaking a law. It could be something like suicide. People are scared of the unknown, so why would they take their own life if they dont know whats going to happen to them after? Not to mention the pain and suffering they put those that are close to them through. "A sound mind in a sound body, is a short, but full description of a happy state in this World: he that has these two, has little more to wish for; and he that wants either of them, will be little the better for anything else."-- John Locke Man is generally good.
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