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Individualistic Market Liberalism. Feudalism/Liberalism. Foundations of Liberal Thought. Martin Luther -1517 - Faith Francis Bacon 1561-1626 - Science Rene Descartes -1596-1650 - Philosophy. Thomas Hobbes – Individualistic Roots of Liberalism. Price pg. 27 Social Contract – Leviathan

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foundations of liberal thought
Foundations of Liberal Thought
  • Martin Luther -1517 - Faith
  • Francis Bacon 1561-1626 - Science
  • Rene Descartes -1596-1650 - Philosophy
thomas hobbes individualistic roots of liberalism
Thomas Hobbes – Individualistic Roots of Liberalism
  • Price pg. 27
  • Social Contract – Leviathan
  • Possessive Market Society
john locke
John Locke
  • Theological Defense of Property
  • Invention of Money
  • Locke’s Views on Property – industrious and rational versus the covetousness and quarrelsome
  • The change of government does not nullify civil society and the social contract
  • Toleration and the private and public realms
hobbes and locke
Hobbes and Locke
  • Individualism
  • Equality
  • Freedom
  • Lack of Shared Values
  • Necessity of Strong Central Authority
  • Disagreement over the level of Accountability of that Authority
liberalism becomes liberal democracy
Liberalism becomes Liberal Democracy
  • James Mill – One person, one vote is necessary to protect individuals from other individuals
  • Jeremy Bentham - Utilitarianism
  • John Stuart Mill – On Liberty – Majority Tyranny
edmund burke
Edmund Burke
  • Disdained abstract politics
  • Reflections on the Revolution in France and on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London Pertaining to that Event -1790
  • The Species is Wise
  • Society precedes individuals
  • Inherited Rights versus Natural Rights
  • Natural Aristocracy – Government as a Trust
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