4) Explain and evaluate the way in which Locke related his theory of property to his theory of government.

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Before we go any further we should also note that property, in 1690 according to Locke, had a broader definition at the time, being wholly inclusive of personal rights and religious and civil liberties. So, essentially we must view relationship between property and government on these terms...
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So, essentially we must view relationship between property and government on these terms. The question we must now answer is how can there be private property without consent and absolute monarchy? Locke?Žs answer to this problem came in the form of the natural right to property...
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