Concerning Civil Government, Second Essay

John Locke · ISBN L-999-71341
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Publisher Hayes Barton Press
Author(s) John Locke
Published 1689
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John Locke was one of the most influential philosophers and political theorists of his time. His essay Concerning Civil Government provided the foundation for the modern concept of democracy. In it, he asserts that a government exists with the consent of the governed and that once a ruler becomes a tyrant, he loses his authority and can be overthrown.
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