You should use the readings in your Answers.
Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution
Locke: Second Treatise of Government
Hume: Treatise of Human Nature (BK II PT III SEC III, BK III PT I SEC I-II)
Hobbs: Leviathan 1-17and conclusion
Mill: On Liberty
Rousseau: On the Social Contract
Is the Declaration of Independence an “Enlightened” document? Why, or why not?
How does the U.S. Constitution differ from the Declaration of Independence?
Who was more influential when it comes to the U.S. Constitution, Locke, Hume, or Hobbs?
Mills claims that liberty is an opinion, is it? Is liberty an opinion in the U.S. Constitution?
What does Rousseau mean by “Man is free but everywhere in chains”?
Is the U.S. Constitution a social contract? Why, or why not?