Feb 25, 2018
A social contract refers to a common understanding among a group of people on acceptable ways of behaving. It is a way of theorising how and why we have laws, codes of conduct, and social norms. Yet what we believe about our essential human nature has a direct influence on how we imagine our social contract.
This week Clay and Sarah discuss Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau as they envisaged the social contract.