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    Freedom of Contract Theory

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    RESEARCH QUESTION Tracing back the history of the freedom of contract theory, is the freedom to enter into contract(s) truly free? HYPOTHESIS With the codification of contract law, parameters have been set for people who can and who cannot enter into contracts i.e. all persons cannot be parties to contracts or enter into contractual relations. It has also been specified about the types of contract one can enter into. Hence, there are restrictions on persons. 1. INTRODUCTION In the beginning

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    Social Contract Theory

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    IDEA OF A SOCIAL CONTRACT Social Contract consists in the set of rules, governing how people are to treat another, for their mutual benefits, on the condition that others follow those rules as well. The best example of the social contract is the laws and the governments. The idea of a Social Contract People always used to think why we have laws and governments and from where we get the idea of forming laws and governments, similarly from where we get the idea of a social contract? Hobbes’s argument

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    Social Contract Theory

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    following pages I will show how modern social contract theory, especially that of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, grew into the divisive issue it is in contemporary political philosophy. I will do so by briefly unpacking the recent history of social contract theory and why it is a source of political divide today. Modern social contract theory can trace its roots to prominent thinkers Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. It is their thoughts on social contracts that lie at the center of the many spheres we

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    agreements cannot be considered binding unless enforced by the means of a legal contract. The very beginnings of the concept of contract law can be traced back to several Latin legal principles. One of the most important of such principles is the ‘consensus as idem’, which approximately translates into an agreement between parties. This agreement synthesizes a legal relationship between the parties and involves certain

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    elements of a valid contract and how they relate to the scenario. I will define the objective theory of contracts and how it relates to the scenario. I will explain my position about the judge’s ruling. I will explain whether or not an advertisement s actually considered an offer or not. I will explain how this case

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    Aram Masoumi Philosophy 230 Professor Fleischacker Rousseau Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains (18). It is evident that Rousseau was displeased with the inequalities and oppressions in his current society in the 18th century Europe and his discourses were results of them. Rousseau believed that human beings have the most freedom in the state of nature. He also believed that man is usually a peaceful creature who wants to get along with other humans and avoid conflict. At the same

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    really are. An individual’s moral beliefs are one of the most personal and complex pieces of that individual. There are several great moral theories that could be taught in school, but to only choose one is very difficult. Some of the most known moral theories are Utilitarianism, Virtue Ethics, Kantianism and even Social Contract Theory. All of these theories were developed by some of the most incredible philosophers of all time.

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    Conceptions of the Social Contract Theory

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    version of the social contract theory. The social contract theory is a treaty or an agreement that developed a set of laws, organized a functional society, and created the need to be governed. It was put into place when man realized that there was no law. Mankind eventually sought the desire for security and order. To receive security and order people shall voluntarily give up all their rights and freedoms and be obedient to some sort of authority. The social contract theory is made up of two agreements

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    pre-political state of nature can be explained by the concept of the social contract. Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau have contrasting social contract theories. Hobbes’ social contract is founded on self-preservation and fear of the state of nature. It aims to establish one’s security, peace, and a system of justice by all voluntarily agreeing to a third party ruler or state. In comparison Rousseau’s social contract aims to find an association that will defend and protect an individual with

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    would affect generally to all persons (McDermid, 2008). Social Contract:- Social contract theory engages to legal rights and moral rights. From the view of some social contract theories, an ethical system comes into being by asset of assured contractual debate among individuals. As people vote to appropriate government in the principle of certain services and facilities. This is a responsibility of government of any country

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