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War is Inevitable : A 14 page paper which addresses the
inevitability of war. The first portion of the paper is examined
using Thomas Hobbes’ work “Of the First and Second Natural
Laws, and of Contracts.” The inherent nature of man is to
protect himself at all costs. This is our way of surviving. We
have not gotten this far in the evolutionary chain by giving in
to the controls of others. Even those of us who do not wish to
fight, will do so when directly threatened, or when our families
are directly threatened. While we might like to imagine a world
where there is no such thing as war, the realities of our species
and of life itself, prove otherwise. The second portion of the
paper discusses the inevitability of war based on Hobbes’
theory of government, which is essentially just a larger group
of people with the same need to protect. This section details
portions of the works titled “Of the Natural Condition of
Mankind As Concerning their Felicity and Misery” and “The
Elements of Law Natural and Political.” In the third section all
of the theories are essentially summed up in relationship to
Hobbes’ theories involving teh inevitablity of war. No
additional sources cited. RAwar3.wps

Hobbes and the Nature of Man : A 4 page paper discussing
Thomas Hobbes' philosophy of the nature of man contrasted
with that of St. Augustine. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Leviathan State of Nature : A 4 page essay examining
how Thomas Hobbes’ state of nature is an “inference from the
passions” of human kind. When Hobbes discovered Euclid’s
methods of logic, he set about examining the need for and the
inevitability of the existence of government using Euclid’s
methods. Hobbes began with three basic assumptions from
which to build: (1) justice and morality were products of
government, not innate qualities of man; (2) all human
motivation springs either from the desire for personal pleasure
or the fear of pain; and (3) while there are physical and mental
differences between individuals, those differences pale in
connection with membership in a group. Under the last
assumption, anyone was capable of overpowering any other
one at any time. Hobbes concluded that in a state of nature, life
would be every man against every man. Hobbes.wps

Hobbes’“Leviathan” vs. John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”/
Science & Religion :
This 6 page research paper examines the
scientific and religious views of man and the cosmos offered
by Thomas Hobbes’ The Leviathan (1651) and John Milton’s
Paradise Lost (1667). Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Fool In Thomas Hobbe’s “Leviathan” : This 6 page
report discusses Thomas Hobbes “fool” and presents the fool’s
argument and analyzes it in terms of Hobbes’ logic as well as
Hobbes’ response to the fool. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Hobbes & Burke / Two Founders Of Modern
Conservatism :
An 8 page paper that considers the claim that
Hobbes and Burke, --though there are few similarities in the
views they expressed--, share the role as founders of modern
conservatism and compares their views on man, human nature
and government with the views of liberals like Mill and Locke.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hobbur.wps

How Francis Bacon Influenced Thomas Hobbes : A 7 page
paper that discusses the impact that Francis Bacon had on the
development of writings by Thomas Hobbes. Though Hobbes
has denied, by omission, any correlation between the
development of his philosophical theories and the year he spent
in the employee of Francis Bacon, critics and philosophical
scholars alike have compared their similarities and commented
that the relationship between these two men must have been the
springboard for Hobbes focal transformation from classical
literature to social philosophy. Hobbacon.wps

Theories of Sartre and of Hobbes : Approximately 9 pages
worth of short essays on Hobbes and Sartre including
theoretical examples of how they would most likely
contradict one another on various issues. No Bibliography.

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