René Descartes was a philosopher whose work, La Géométrie, proves Pythagorean mathematics. He posits, and this becomes the basis for scientific thought, that without proof, it’s all theory. Le Monde, ou Traité

John Locke was an English philosopher who is called the “Father of Liberalism.” His philosophy was pegged to both a representative government and the importance of individual property rights.

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