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The theory of “natural rights” was propounded by

World History Miscellaneous Mcq Question

  1. The theory of “natural rights” was propounded by
  1. Hobbes
  2. Locke
  3. Bentham
  4. Marx
Correct Option : B

The most central concept in Locke’s political philosophy is his theory of natural law and natural rights. John Locke emphasized “life (everyone is entitled to live once they are created), liberty (everyone is entitled to do anything they want to so long as it doesn’t conflict with the first right) and property (everyone is entitled to own all they create or gain through gift or trade so long as it doesn’t conflict with the first two rights)” as primary natural rights. In his theory, the social contract is an agreement between members of a country to live within a shared system of laws. Specific forms of government are the result of the decisions made by these persons acting in their collective capacity. Government is instituted to make laws that protect these three natural rights. If a government does not properly protect these rights, it can be overthrown.

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