In the next two lections of JUSTICE you dive into the intriguing debates on military conscription, personal choice, and patriotism. Then explore the ethical dilemmas of surrogacy, consent, and commodification in the riveting. Uncover the limits of government power and the complexities of reproductive technology in these captivating discussions. I am sharing my mind-map from the lectures as usual: Download full mind map (PDF) Summary of the lectures: Lecture 9.
Next two lectures uncover the intricacies of John Locke’s theories on NATURAL RIGHTS and CONSENT. Quite an interesting turn in Philosophy of Justice. However, the problem with John Locke is that borders in his ideas are a bit fuzzy. I am sharing my mind-map from the lectures as usual: Download full mind map (PDF) Summary of the lectures: Lecture 7. John Locke: Property Rights (NATURAL RIGHTS) In this lecture, the speaker discusses John Locke’s beliefs on individual rights, which include the natural rights to life, liberty, and property.