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Explain political philosophy by answering the following subquestions: Compare and contrast the political philosophies of classical conservatism, classical liberalism, authoritarianism, and libertaria

Explain political philosophy by answering the following subquestions:

Compare and contrast the political philosophies of classical conservatism, classical liberalism, authoritarianism, and libertarianism, by answering the following sub-questions:A. How do Plato and Aristotle differ in the views of political philosophy?B. Explain Jean Jacques Rosseau’s political philosophy as presented in the course readings.C. Explain John Locke’s political philosophy as presented in the course readings.D. Explain John Locke’s understanding of the origin of human “rights” and how why Locke’s understanding of the origin/derivation of human rights important?E. Define Plato’s understand of sociopolitical philosophy as a “meritocracy.” What does he intend by this designation?

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Articles:

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aristotle-politics/ (Links to an external site.)

Plato: Crito – Citizenship

http://www.classicallibrary.org/plato/dialogues/13_crito.htm (Links to an external site.)

Plato: Apology – Citizenship

http://www.classicallibrary.org/plato/dialogues/12_apology.htm

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