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The Civil State In John Locke’s Political Philosophy: Its Relevance To Nigerian by cbravo(m): 9:21pm On Aug 11, 2018
The state of nature is “intrinsically characterized by freedom and equality, a state in which all powers is equal, no one having more than the other”[2].In other words, it is a state where equality reigns. Unlike Hobbes’ state of nature where there was “war of all against all, and life was nasty, short and brutish”[3], in Locke’s state of nature though there is state of liberty,
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