Hobbes Vs Locke

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Philosophy

 

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March 13, 2012

 

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To give an example, Hobbes writes about his view on the government of his day. Hobbes likewise utilizes certain appeals to his intended audience. He tries to convince the audience to share thoroughly with his sentiments about the topic. He makes use of his opinion explicitly throughout the composition...
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He makes use of his opinion explicitly throughout the composition. Locke similarly brings these tactics into play and asserts his opinion in Second Treatise of Government. Locke attaches the contemporaneous state of affairs in his time to the moral dilapidation of society. He draws on factual information in tandem with his own earnest feelings about life in his time to sway the audience to sense that something should be done to improve the situation in sight Although the Leviathan is primarily a book on social and political philosophy, Thomas Hobbes, an English political theorist, had not intended to restrict his attention to that subject...
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