TWO TREATISES OF GOVERNMENT

By John Locke

1690

PREFACE


OF GOVERNMENT - BOOK I

Chapter 1

Chapter 2 - Of Paternal and Regal Power.

Chapter 3 - Of Adamís Title to Sovereignty by Creation.

Chapter 4 - Of Adamís Title to Sovereignty by Donation, Gen. i. 28.

Chapter 5 - Of Adamís Title to Sovereignty by the Subjection of Eve.

Chapter 6 - Of Adamís Title to Sovereignty by Fatherhood.

Chapter 7 - Of Fatherhood and Property considered together as Fountains of Sovereignty.

Chapter 8 - Of the Conveyance of Adamís sovereign Monarchical Power.

Chapter 9 - Of Monarchy, by Inheritance from Adam.

Chapter 10 - Of the Heir to Adamís Monarchical Power.

Chapter 11- Who Heir?

Endnotes


OF CIVIL-GOVERNMENT - BOOK II






Chapter 1

Chapter 2 - Of the State of Nature.

Chapter 3 - Of the State of War.

Chapter 4 - Of Slavery.

Chapter 5 - Of Property.

Chapter 6 - Of Paternal Power.

Chapter 7 - Of Political or Civil Society.

Chapter 8 - Of the Beginning of Political Societies.

Chapter 9 - Of the Ends of Political Society and Government.

Chapter 10 - Of the Forms of a Common-wealth.

Chapter 11 - Of the Extent of the Legislative Power.

Chapter 12 - Of the Legislative, Executive, and Federative Power of the Common-wealth.

Chapter 13 - Of the Subordination of the Powers of the Common-wealth.

Chapter 14  - Of Prerogative.

Chapter 15 - Of Paternal, Political, and Despotical Power, considered together.

Chapter 16 - Of Conquest.

Chapter 17 - Of Usurpation.

Chapter 18 - Of Tyranny.

Chapter 19 - Of the Dissolution of Government.

Endnotes

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