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natural rights
Rights belonging to all people - including life, liberty, and property
John Locke
He believed that people were naturally reasonable and moral and that government functioned best when limited.
Thomas Hobbes
He believed that human beings were naturally violent and disorderly and thus needed an absolute monarch.
Natural Law
A universal social law that can be understood by applying reason
Social Contract
Citizens' agreement to live obediently under a government.
deism
A 1700's religious movement that denounced organized religion