Essay heading: In The Eyes Of John Locke And Thomas Hobbes
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November 15, 2003
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So if the constituents of government believe that their rights and in turn their common good as a community are being infringed upon, the government is in fact acting unjustly.
On the other hand, Thomas Hobbes (though also of the mind that all men are equal and have natural rights that government is set up to protect) sees government as a necessary remedy to the constant state of war societies undergo...
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Unlike Locke, Hobbes sees all men as being equal to the point that everyone has equal rights, or in the least opportunity, to everything about them including each other’s bodies. Thus without a government to provide protection and back up claims of ownership, everyone is at equal and constant risk of harm and attack...
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