Description PART 1 John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government- Chapters 1-5 (pgs. 1-18), 7-19 (focus on pgs. 26-33, 40-47, and 70-79) Supplemental Notes John Locke Supplemental Notes 2021.pdf Download John Locke Supplemental Notes 2021.pdf Locke and the Declaration of Independence.pdf PART 2 Your response to the question below should be at least 200 words long. How does the Declaration of Independence reflect John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government? What broader rationale is presented at the beginning of the document to justify creating a new government? What are some examples of the specific reasons that are presented? Locke and the Declaration of Independence.pdf Your response to the question below should be at least 225 words long. Describe Lock’s state of nature (See chapter 2). What does he mean by the law of nature? What rights do all people have according to this law? Who enforces this law? How do we know this law exists? What do you think of this construct? Your response to the question below should be at least 200 words long. What is the difference between the state of nature and the state of war? What justification does Locke offer for killing another in “a state of war”? On what basis does Locke argue that slavery is wrong? As always, you can include your opinion about what the author presents. (See chapters 3 and 4) Your response to the question below should be at least 225 words long. Why do people choose to leave the state of nature to form a government? According to Locke, what three things are lacking in a state of nature that a government might be able to provide (See page 40)? What powers must people give up if they voluntary consent to exit the state of nature (See page 41)? PART 3 Write a brief essay (at least two pages, double spaced, 12-point font, and one-inch margins) responding to the prompt below. Locke contends that there are two general conditions that constitute the “dissolution” of the government — when these conditions are met, the government loses its authority to rule (See chapter 19). Describe these two conditions and be sure to include the various ways governments might meet the first condition (ex., the executive no longer enforces the law). Does this seem like a radical approach for dealing with the issue of governance? Given the current political turmoil in the U.S., do you think a significant portion of the population feels that the federal government may meet any of these conditions? ConsequencesA PART 4 Read Talarico & Rubin (2003). Then create a Word document with an APA style title page and anr the following questions about the article. You will also need an APA style reference page which includes the article itself and the dictionary source for the words you look up. After reading the article, how accurate do you think your memory for special events is? Why do you think the belief that flashbulb memories do not decay like regular memories persists? Flashbulb memories are often retold to various individuals over time. Given this fact, one might assume that these memories would be more accurate. How can repeated rehearsal lead to inconsistencies in these memories? Describe the Consistent vs. Inconsistent findings in Table 1. I have to admit that disavowing folks of the notion that “memory is perfect” is one of my favorite topics to teach. Is your mind blown with this topic? Or were you already aware that memory is terrible, and we make up a great deal of the details? What are the implications of this article?
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