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Philosophers and other thinkers have grappled with the idea of society and how we are to live together.
The social contract is implied in many of our democracies today and is underpinned by philosophical thinking.
What rules and assumptions underpin a well-functioning society?
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Contract, Determinism, Enlightenment, Free will, Freedom, Rights of man, Society.
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A brief description of the "Social Contract" theory and how it has impacted the outcome of the Enlightenment. this YouTube video includes a Quizlet on vocabulary. (The Oxford Observer, 2015)
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