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Again, there is no liberty, if the power of judging be not separated from the legislative and executive powers
Jean-Jacques Rousseau addresses freedom and aims to explain how man in the state of nature is blessed with an enviable total freedom. Natural man is physically free because he is not constrained by a repressive state apparatus or dominated by his fellow men. Second, he is psychologically and spiritually free because he is not enslaved to any of the artificial needs that characterize modern society.
The adoption of these philosophies has enhanced good governance, which entitles rights and freedoms to all the citizens. It has also propagated to international peace and economic development. Those governed have been in position to know their roles and the role of the government, hence making the nation appreciate political
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