READING QUESTIONS FOR LOCKE ON PROPERTY p(14-30)
1. How does man come to have private property from the common property in the state of nature
without having or needing the consent of all others possessors of the common property?
2. What are the natural limits to private property?
3. Principally, who did God give the property to and for what purpose?
4. How does it come about that men invent money? What are the effects of this invention on the
limits of property? (pp. 23-29)
5. What does nature contribute to the value of property, what does labor contribute to its value?
6. What justifies man’s unlimited acquisition of property beyond the natural limits?
READING QUESTIONS FOR LOCKE’S SECOND TREATISE DAY ONE
READ LOCKE’S PREFACE AND CHAPTERS 1 AND 2 (PP. 5-14)
1. In chapter one (p. 7), what is the issue that this work will address that leads Locke to discuss the
original of political power?
2. What is political power? (p. 8; #3) and what is it not? (p. 7 #2)
3. What is the state all men are naturally in? (p. 8) Why does Locke start his inquiry into political
power here?
4. Are all men naturally equal? (p. 8-9)
5. Are all men naturally free or is there naturally a law that binds and restricts them? (p. 9-14)
6. What is the law of nature and what are men’s original rights? (pp.10-14)
7. How does one man come to have power over another in the state of nature? (p. 10)

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