Compare and Contrast the Philosophies of John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and Karl Marx

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Philosophy

 

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August 8, 2015

 

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Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto illustrates the desire to build "a society without economic classes". John Locke's Political Theory claims the establishment of natural rights which will assist protest against unjust rulers. Thomas Hobbes's most famous publication, the "Leviathan" defines a government which unifies the collective will of many individual and unites them under the authority of sovereign power...
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Although the three philosophers desire the same result through their theories, its practices and use have indicated that there are difference and similarities both present. All are saying that there should be absolute government, but their areas of specialization are different. Karl Marx and Thomas Hobbes both agreed on the theory of collectivism over individualism...
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