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What is the Enlightenment philosophy of social contract?. . the idea that society should submit to absolute monarchs. . the idea that people surrender some individual freedoms in return for safety and security. . the belief that government should not interfere in a nation's economy. . the belief that society is generally cruel, selfish, and greedy by nature . @GirlByte

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Mackensie

The Enlightenment philosophy of social contract is the idea that people surrender some individual freedoms in return for safety and security. Social contract is a theory that addresses the origin of society and the legitimacy of the state over an individual.

Czarny333

The correct answer to this question is "the idea that people surrender some individual freedoms in return for safety and security." The Enlightenment philosophy of social contract is that the idea that people surrender some individual freedoms in return for safety and security.

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