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==First Treatise==
 
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In the first ''Treatise'', Locke refutes the writing of Sir Robert Filmer’s book ''Patriarcha''<ref name=Barton>{{cite web |url=http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=99156 |title= John Locke – A Philosophical Founder of America |work=WallBuilders |date=September 23, 2011 }}</ref> and rejects the notion of the "[[Divine right of kings]]".
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In the first ''Treatise'', Locke refutes the writing of Sir Robert Filmer’s book ''Patriarcha''<ref name=Barton>{{cite web |url=http://www.wallbuilders.com/libissuesarticles.asp?id=99156 |title= John Locke – A Philosophical Founder of America |work=[[WallBuilders]] |date=September 23, 2011 }}</ref> and rejects the notion of the "[[Divine right of kings]]".
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:44, 10 October 2017

Two Treatises of Government is a major work by John Locke in political philosophy.

First Treatise

In the first Treatise, Locke refutes the writing of Sir Robert Filmer’s book Patriarcha[1] and rejects the notion of the "Divine right of kings".

Second Treatise

In the second Treatise, Locke lays out the proper role, function, and operation of good government, as well as introduces a lengthy discourse on Natural Law.[1]

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