Locke on the relationship - 74065

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What, according to Locke, is the proper relationship between religion and government? What are Locke’s strongest reasons for defending that relationship?

 

According to Locke, political power is the natural power of each man collectively given up into the hands of a designated body. The setting up of government is much less important, Locke thinks, than this original social–political “compact.” A community surrenders some degree of its natural rights in favor of government, which is better able to protect those rights than any man could alon

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