Locke mentions that all men are created equal and it does not mean that mankind should remain the same as how God has created them
Locke mentions that all men are created equal and it does not mean that mankind should remain the same as how God has created them. It is up to the individual to pursue what is it that he wants in life, if he is willing to work for it, and what he wants in life cannot be taken away from him.
It depends whether mankind can grow and develop from what God has gave them to start with. The knowledge and the accomplishments that an individual has acquired are property that can never be taken away.
4. Locke’s ideal government as described in the remaining chapters are private property and equality. Private property refers to a man’s possession such as land and property but also referring to the knowledge and accomplishments that he has attained.