Analysis of “Second Treatise of Government” by John Locke

Analysis of “Second Treatise of Government” by John Locke

The Second Treatise of the Government revolves around the concept of the power of the government and liberalization of the society which makes Locke have a common concern about how the society can be improved and liberalized from governmental brutalities (Locke, 1980). John Locke is one of the famous philosophers who strives to give men and women of the society a piece of demonstrating and enjoying their rights and freedoms by examining various sections of the society that need the clear identity of themselves like a man, the government and the state. Moreover, throughout the book, he majorly advocates and protests on behalf of society against unjust ruling subjected to society (Locke, 1980).

Locke advocates for various political spectrum by first giving the society an insight into the idea of government consent. He asserts," a society only exist when men take partin the formation of the government at their will” this means that men cannot be forced into submitting to a faulty and l

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