Social Contract

Social Contract

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  • This is the house of Thomas Hobbes. Inside, him and John Locke are debating on the effects that a state of nature would leave on society.
  • You are hysterical if you think men would not turn their back on each other in a world without government. 
  • I am not saying that having a government is bad. I think it would be smart to overthrow a government if they try to take away our rights.
  • Why would people try to overthrow their government if it's protecting them. 
  • Why would people turn on each other in a state of nature? If anything they should be able to realize that they are free now and are equal.
  • I think we should get the opinion of another enlightened thinker.
  • Couldn't agree with you more.
  • Welcome friends
  • Hobbes and Locke arrive at Jean-Jacques Rousseau's house.
  • When man is given property, that will determine how they react to others.
  • You two are ridiculous if you think everyone will be equal and happy under a state of nature. The minute we lose our government, it will be every man for himself.
  • You two make excellent points but in the words of me "Force does not create right. Obedience is due only to legitimate powers."
  • 15 minutes later...
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