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Treatise On Government

Is there any circumstance where collaboration of this sort would not be ideal, from an individual point of view? In the Second Treatise of Government (1689), the English savant John Locke contended that it is reasonable to incline toward living in a condition of...

Rational Thought

On this point of view on prudence, we ask: what is helpful for the whole, including me, and by what means may I add to it, in any case inconspicuously? This view sees that, when many get a comparative individual direct, valuable things can result for all. The total...

Rationality

On this perspective on levelheadedness, we ask: what is useful for the entire, including me, and how might I add to it, anyway unobtrusively? This view perceives that, when many receive a similar individual conduct, beneficial things can result for all. The aggregate...