7.A. What are the conditions of the right of “first occupancy” for ownership of property? B. Are all or any of these conditions met in the ownership of property in our society? C. How does the authority of the state allow an individual to maintain ownership of property beyond these conditions of first occupancy?8. Rousseau ends the essay by referring to equality, pointing out that people are more truly equal under the law than they are in a condition of nature.A. How is that so?B. How can people in a civil society acting under the control of a government and the law have greater equality than they would without such laws?
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