Political Thought II

Political Thought II

Political science end of semester project

Political science end of semester project

Political Thought II

DO NOT USE direct quotations from the class materials, readings or other sources: paraphrase them first with your own words. If you will quote them, use quotation marks, and write the reference.Questions that are presented below in essays of 400 to 500 words.

1. John Locke and Karl Marx place labor and private property at the heart of their political theories, however the way in which both philosophers approach to this issue diverge vastly.

Compare and contrast the arguments of Locke and Marx on these two concepts. Discuss how the distinction between these two strands of thinking might have had an impact on the political environment in different countries in the modern age.