Thomas Hobbles

Thomas Hobbles
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  • Once upon a renaissance time, there was a little boy named Thomas Hobbles. Born on April 5, 1588 in England. His Father ran away when Thomas was a little boy. His father was also named Thomas Hobbes, his siblings were Anne and Edmund Hobbes.
  • Words are the money of fools. The condition of man... is a condition of war of everyone against everyone. It is not wisdom but Authority that makes a law.  Science is the knowledge of consequences, and dependence of one fact upon another.  
  • Thomas was sent away to a private school when he was young. He was a great student. Eventually he went to a university and there he followed his own curriculum because he didn't believe in scholastic learning.
  • The government is just a source for protection!
  • As a young adult, Thomas was as a tutor. He first tutored William Cavendish, who was the 2nd Earl of Devonshire. But later he ended up tutoring William Cavendish's cousin, Marquess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, during this he was also tutoring a young Cavendish.
  • Thomas tutored for a while but eventually he started to write books so he could share his unique perspectives with others. Some of his books are called: De Cive, Leviathan, Behemoth, Elements of Law, Natural and Politic, ect. he became very famous for these. Through these books, people in the renaissance opened their minds to these new ideas of his. They were starting to learn how a lot of important leaders were lying to them, so they all started to research and learn about the truth.
  • Over his life time he was famous as an English philosopher, scientist, historian, and a tutor. Through each of these jobs he was able to spread his opinions to benefit the world. Even today he impacts us! He changed the view on politics, he said that being selfish and unkind were ruining the word. Which lead John Locke to study more into that, who gave us a lot of knowledge we use today.
  • Thomas Hobbes died on December 4, 1679 in Derbyshire, England. He died of a stroke. He was 91 years old! He died leaving the world differently then when he came.
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