He describes this situation as a "social contract" in which all citizens willingly give up certain rights (thought not too many) in exchange for the benefits of a central government.Previously, John Locke* (born in England, 1632 - 1704), had similarly attempted to refute Hobbes's theory.
Spirituality does not mean you have to be a yogi, healer, hipster, guru or shaman. Maybe you like to help preserve the environment, you enjoy yoga and you have a higher self-awareness.Another feature of tomorrow’s The Works event is a special speed-dating session after the show.Well, speed-networking is maybe a better way to express it, but we’re going to use the structure of speed-dating to enable the audience to meet the Orchestra.One of his best known works is a short essay entitled "An Answer to the Question: What is Enlightenment? Written towards the end of the Enlightenment period, this essay attempts to accomplish exactly what the title indicates: provide a description of what it means for a person to be "enlightened." Mary Wollstonecraft* (1759 - 1797, England): Wollstonecraft is often regarded (though probably inaccurately) as the first feminist.Her seminal text is The following writers were not Enlightenment thinkers per se, but they lived during the Enlightenment and composed their literature during that period.