Second treatise of government / John Locke ; edited with an introd. by C. B. Macpherson.

By: Locke, John, 1632-1704Contributor(s): Macpherson, C. B. (Crawford Brough), 1911-1987Material type: TextTextPublication details: Indianapolis, Ind. : Hackett Pub. Co., c1980Edition: 1st edDescription: xxiv, 124 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 091514493X; 9780915144938; 0915144867 (pbk.); 9780915144860 (pbk.)Uniform titles: Essay concerning the true original extent and end of civil government Subject(s): Political science -- Early works to 1800 | Toleration -- Early works to 1800 | Liberty -- Early works to 1800LOC classification: JC153 | .L85 1980
Contents:
Of the state of nature -- Of the state of war -- Of slavery -- Of property -- Of paternal power -- Of political or civil society -- Of the beginning of political societies -- Of the ends of political society and government -- Of the forms of a common-wealth -- Of the extent of the legislative power -- Of the legislative, executive, and federative power of the common-wealth -- Of the subordination of the powers of the common-wealth -- Of prerogative -- Of paternal, political, and despotical power, considered together -- Of conquest -- Of usurpation -- Of tyranny -- Of the dissolution of government.
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Integrated Humanities 2


Published in the author's Two treatises of government under title: Essay concerning the true original extent and end of civil government.

Bibliography: p. xxiii-xxiv.

Of the state of nature -- Of the state of war -- Of slavery -- Of property -- Of paternal power -- Of political or civil society -- Of the beginning of political societies -- Of the ends of political society and government -- Of the forms of a common-wealth -- Of the extent of the legislative power -- Of the legislative, executive, and federative power of the common-wealth -- Of the subordination of the powers of the common-wealth -- Of prerogative -- Of paternal, political, and despotical power, considered together -- Of conquest -- Of usurpation -- Of tyranny -- Of the dissolution of government.

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