Whose theories found their practical reflection in the establishment of a parliamentary monarchy in England?

In the late 17th and early 18th centuries, a parliamentary monarchy was finally established in England. The ideas of the English philosophers and educators T. Hobbes and D. Locke played an important role in its formation. John Locke was one of the first to express the idea of ​​the need for the separation of powers in any enlightened state so that there is no despotism or any other abuse. Thomas Hobbes formulated the democratic idea of ​​a “social contract”: the state arose as a result of the free expression of the will of the people and therefore the power itself belongs to the common people, who must rule through their representatives.

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