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"Locke's state of nature contains no noble savages or Utopian freedom. It is a state of poverty as well as being, "nasty, brutish, and short." as individuals, we are little able to protect our persons and property from the preparations or dishonesty of others.
“If God is so majestic as to be worthy of veneration, He must be incomprehensible, and man cannot understand his will."
State of nature Hobbes
Social Contract Hobbes
Hobbes argued that in our natural state, we are "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short" Society came from people agreeing to give up certain rights( which are social contract laws.)
Hobbes to the government are foolish.
What government looks like to Hobbes.
The government is necessary not because we are neutrally bad., but because man are more nature then social.
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