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According to John Locke, the "natural rights" are separation of powers will of the majority and power social contracts and voting life, liberty, and property

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    What you guess here about the answer...?

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    c?

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    yeah correct... "John Locke[edit] John Locke (1632–1704) was another prominent Western philosopher who conceptualized rights as natural and inalienable. Like Hobbes, Locke was a major social contract thinker. He said that man's natural rights are life, liberty, and property."

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