Essay heading: Philosophy (Hobbes Vs. Rousseau)

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Unlike Hobbes, he believed man is naturally good. According to him, man in the state of nature is healthy and happy with unlimited freedom to do with their time and life as they please. No one owned anything to anyone, but it is with the lust of property that organized society became necessary. Rousseau believed that man is born good, but society is what makes them corrupt...
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Rousseau believed that man is born good, but society is what makes them corrupt. Corruption starts when humans began to accumulate property. For it is private property that is the root of human evil, because with property comes governmental restraint for the protection of these private properties and that causes restraint on our freedom as humans...
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