Jacques
BOSSUET
Thomas
HOBBES
John
LOCKE
Divine Right
ABSOLUTISM
Philosophical
ABSOLUTISM
Philosophical & Biblical
CONSTIT...
1. What is the origin of government?
2. How much authority should the
state have over the individual?
THOMAS HOBBES
Leviathan (1651)
Defense of Philosophical
Absolutism
Some rights reserved by Rudolf Getel
STATE OF WAR
S
P
N
B
S
A ruler should be powerful
enough to be beyond challenge.
Hobbes wrote Leviathan in the midst of the English Civil War
JOHN LOCKE
Tw o Treatises
of Government (1689)
Defense of Constitutionalism
LIFE
LIBERTY
PROPERTY
Some rights reserved by Rudolf Getel
GLORIOUS
AND [ALMOST] BLOODLESS
REVOLUTION
Question HOBBES LOCKE
The Original State of
Humankind
Divine Right or
Social Contract?
State of NATURE
SOCIAL Contract
COM...
Question HOBBES LOCKE
WHY Government?
Where does sovereignty
reside?
Can a government’s
power be limited?
Right of
REVOLUT...
WWW.TOMRICHEY.NET/EURO
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Hobbes vs locke
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Hobbes vs locke

771

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology, Spiritual
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
771
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
8
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Transcript of "Hobbes vs locke"

  1. 1. Jacques BOSSUET Thomas HOBBES John LOCKE Divine Right ABSOLUTISM Philosophical ABSOLUTISM Philosophical & Biblical CONSTITUTIONALISM
  2. 2. 1. What is the origin of government? 2. How much authority should the state have over the individual?
  3. 3. THOMAS HOBBES Leviathan (1651) Defense of Philosophical Absolutism
  4. 4. Some rights reserved by Rudolf Getel
  5. 5. STATE OF WAR
  6. 6. S P N B S
  7. 7. A ruler should be powerful enough to be beyond challenge.
  8. 8. Hobbes wrote Leviathan in the midst of the English Civil War
  9. 9. JOHN LOCKE Tw o Treatises of Government (1689) Defense of Constitutionalism
  10. 10. LIFE LIBERTY PROPERTY
  11. 11. Some rights reserved by Rudolf Getel
  12. 12. GLORIOUS AND [ALMOST] BLOODLESS REVOLUTION
  13. 13. Question HOBBES LOCKE The Original State of Humankind Divine Right or Social Contract? State of NATURE SOCIAL Contract COMPARE (How are they similar?)
  14. 14. Question HOBBES LOCKE WHY Government? Where does sovereignty reside? Can a government’s power be limited? Right of REVOLUTION? To Protect us FROM OURSELVES To Protect NATURAL RIGHTS The MONARCH The PEOPLE NO YES NO YES
  15. 15. WWW.TOMRICHEY.NET/EURO

×