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Modern Political Theory


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Machiavelli
[P]eople are by nature changeable. It is easy to persuade them about some particular matter, but it is hard to hold them to that persuasion. Hence it is necessary to provide that when the…
Hobbes
Condition of man, is a condition of war of every one against everyone
Locke
absolute power, where it is necessary, is not arbitrary by being absolute, but is still limited by that reason, and confined to those ends, which required it in some cases to be absolute...
Adam Smith
Grandfather of modern day microeconomics; coined the idea of the Invisible Hand to describe how free markets work to reflect the wants and needs of the people
Smith
a commodity which is itself continually varying in its own value can never be an accurate measure of the value of other commodities
Rousseau
Find a form of association that defends and protects the person and goods of each associate with all the common force, and by means of which each one uniting with all, nevertheless obeys himself…
Marx
Abolition of private property
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