would have begun with the assassination of Charles and his brother on their way back to London from the races at Newmarket. (In this he resembles Berkeley and Hume, and differs from Descartes and Leibniz.) So, at birth, the human mind is a sort of blank slate on which experience writes. 1.1 Lockes Life up to His Meeting with Lord Ashley in 1666. On Lockes account, these turn out to be life, liberty, health and property. Waltz, Theory of International Politics, 7123. There have been a steady stream of articles over the last forty years arguing that given Lockes involvement with trade and colonial government, the theory of slavery in the Second Treatise was intended to justify the institutions and practices of Afro-American slavery. 2, in addition to issues about trade and colonies, Locke was involved through Shaftesbury in other controversies about public policy. (II.12.5, N: 165) When we make ideas of modes, the mind is again active, but the archetype is in our mind. Traditional revelation can never produce as much certainty as the contemplation of the agreement or disagreement of our own ideas. Still, in the state of nature, the person who is most likely to enforce the law under these circumstances is the person who has been wronged. Grant writes: Having established that the membership in a community entails the obligation to abide by the will of the community, the question remains: Who rules?
Are the Values. Liberalism, universal - This is an immensely complex questions which deserves much more time and space than can be devoted in this essay. Offensive realism is a structural theory belonging to the neorealist school of thought first postulated by John Mearsheimer that holds that the anarchic nature of the international system is responsible for aggressive state behavior in international politics. It fundamentally differs from defensive realism, as originally put forward by Kenneth Waltz, by depicting great powers as power. Liberalism is a political and moral philosophy based on liberty and equality.
(See the section on the law of nature in the entry on Lockes Political Philosophy.) Locke does not intend his account of the state of nature as a sort of utopia. (See the section on the state of nature in the entry on Lockes political philosophy.) If we consider the state of nature before there was government, it is a state of political equality in which there is no natural superior or inferior. A whale is not a fish, as it turns out, but a mammal. While the inputs and critics below provide a good sample of the theory's contributions and the kind of arguments that have been addressed against it, the listing should in no case be considered as exhaustive. "Realist Thought and Neorealist Theory." Journal of International Affairs 44:1 (1990 2137. If so, we would be unable to distinguish between gold and fools gold. Accidental properties are those that an individual can gain and lose and yet continue in existence. This became known as the Glorious Revolution of 1688. Neither of these strategies made much progress during the course of the Restoration.