John Locke Beliefs And Beliefs

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We are like chameleons, we take our hue and the color of our moral character, from those who are around us” (John Locke). John Locke was a philosopher and physician in the late 1600’s. His ideas and beliefs about individual rights and a government by the people influenced the formation of the government of the United States, creating the basis for the freedom enjoyed by those citizens today.
John Locke was born in England in 1632. His parents were Puritans, and he was raised that way. His father was loyal to the English government, and that helped John Locke have a good education. By 1674, he graduated with a bachelor’s of medicine. His education and the influence of his parent’s beliefs helped shape his own beliefs, which later helped with
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