Second Treatise of Government - John Locke
Everyone is responsible for justice in the state of nature. John Locke explains his state of nature as a state of equality, where no person has power over another. Due to this, all men are free to do as they please. The one exception to this rule is that this liberty does not equal the license to abuse others, or oneself. Each individual in this state of nature has the power to execute natural laws, which by description are universal. Locke explains his reasoning behind having a universal code of conduct in the state of nature in chapter two, "for men being the workmanship of one omni…
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