Philosophy (Hobbes Vs. Rousseau)

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Philosophy

 

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December 1, 2014

 

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In turn everything we do, even though it may seem we are doing an act of selfless value, we are not. At heart we always have ourselves at interest. For example, it is stated that Hobbes was once giving alms to a beggar, this may seem as an act of selfless interest, but Hobbes explained that the beggars distress caused HIM such distress that by giving the beggar alms he was relieving his OWN distress...
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According to Hobbes, humans are guided by two principles: to harm others and to satisfy their own needs. As he explains in his book “Leviathan”, written during the English Civil Wars (1642-1652). This means that even though each human being may be different, some stronger or smarter than others, we all have the ability to harm or even kill one another...
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