John Locker was known for being a leading figure in the fields of epistemology, metaphysics, and political philosophy. He also made crucial contributions to education, theology, medicine, physics, economics, and politics.
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The movie "The Interview" can relate to John Locke's right, the freedom of speech. Because the Americans were busy congratulating themselves for “standing up for free speech” after a string of independent cinemas and chains across the republic started screening the film, and cinemagoers turned out in solid numbers to see it. “We can show Kim Jong-un we’re Americans, we can still screen something,” one US teenager told the Guardian in suburban New Jersey.
He once said a quote that said "the basic rule of a human is that powerful people speak slowly and subservient people quickly - because if they don't speak fast nobody will listen to them"