John Locke The Philosoper

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Tyranny- Cruel and appressive government or rule


John Locke was born on August 29, 1632 in Wrington, Somerset, England He believed our minds are as blank as tablets,meaning that the environment and the experences are us form our minds. He believed that early education helps children get a good foundation.Getting all this stuff could stop or overcome poverty and neglect. He believed no child should be neglected no matter who or where they are from.
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He was also one of the founders of the Whig party. Whig party definition. An American political party formed in the 1830s to oppose President Andrew Jackson and the Democrats. Whigs stood for protective tariffs, national banking, and federal aid for internal improvements. He pushed for constitutional monarchies, which is a form of government in which a king and queen acts as head of state.
Most people say he was the founder of the liberals. They are "open to new behaviors or opionons and willing to discard traditional values. This was created during the age of enlightenment in the 18th century.

His first major work was publish at the age of 57. He created new forms of government, creation of new countries and pondering on revolutionary topics. New forms of government being , natural rights to life, liberty and poverty. He expressed that Government is morally obligated to serving people protecting these rights. The founding fathers of the united states read a lot of his works and incorporated his works in the constitutions.

Some thoughts on John Locke's theory of knowledge

The influences on moderen theorist

Dr. Thomas Sydenham a famous English physician stated " A man whom , in the acuteness of his intellect, in the steadiness of his judgement... this is, in the excellence of his manners, I confidently declare to have, amongst the men of our time, few equals and no superiors."
Thomas Jefferson ranked Locke as the most important thinker on liberty.
Locke helped inspire Thomas Paine's radical ideas about revolution.
James Madison drew his most fundamental principles of liberty and government.
Benjamin Franklin put some of his writing in his self education.
John Adams believed that both girls and boys should learn about Locke.
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Relation to my classroom

Repetition would be in my classroom . He believed that is a child sees a action done over and over again it seems normal and I believe that as well.