John LockeJohn Locke, (1632-1704) English philosopher and political theorist

John Locke Quote

“The Natural Liberty of Man is to be free from any Superior Power on Earth, and not to be under the Will or Legislative Authority of Man, but to have only the Law of Nature for his Rule.”

John LockeJohn Locke
~ John Locke

Two Treatises on Government, 1690

Ratings and Comments

Patrick Henry, Red Hill

Every man or woman a Sovereign Individual, bound only by the constraints of an illumined conscience.

A perfect portrayal of the Original Estate of Man, by the colossal John Locke.

E Archer, NYC

Classic!!  This is the very basis of the founding of America.  When the rest of the political world starts to embrace this fundamental truth, then you will see a real 'transformation.'

Mike, Norwalk

We hold this truth to be self evident.

Ronw13, OR

To some, void of natures Right, it would seem farfetch, but in Reality, it is Truth. Men must be governed, who better than the Creators natural laws of conscience and outcomes. This our common law is established upon. 


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