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Locke and Rousseau were two philosophers of the Enlightenment Both wrote extensively and developed theories of the human nature and how men governed themselves Both philosophers agree that before civilized man began to govern himself man existed in a state of nature That is humans lacked society or structure Rousseau argues that this was and still is the perfect state for man where he is free autonomous and virtuous Government and civil society is developed only to protect property and thus perverts the perfect state of nature Locke agrees with Rousseau that man is free naturally but also adds that people are entitled to three inalienable rights of life liberty and property He also argues that the state of natures lacks impartial judges precise laws and sufficient power to uphold moral laws protecting both
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