Leviathan: Is the State of Nature Quote Really True?

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March 23, 2012

 

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So even though Hobbes argues that the book, Leviathan is about stating the nature as a state of “war,” I am going to argue that that state of nature is not the state of “war” because in the state of nature (according to Hobbes), men have lived without a common authority to keep them in peace and each man only took care of himself and there was constant possibility of war...
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Hobbes had summarized that in the state of nature, there were three principles: “First, Competition; Secondly, Diffidence; Thirdly Glory (Piirimae, P.). This is not in a state of nature because the concept of felicity, which is the first cause of conflict, was known as the up most aim of men, which means that Hobbes had apparently fail to achieve in the state of nature (Piirimae, P...
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