Hobbes vs. Locke - Who Was Correct?
John Locke believes that man is good; Thomas Hobbes believes that man is evil. One can look at man in these two ways. In Locke's view, man's intentions are benevolent by nature and can live without a central government telling them what exactly to do. Hobbes, the antagonist, believes the complete opposite--that man is brutal by nature and cannot live without a central government running everyone's life. In today's society, Hobbes's philosophy on man is much more apparent.
Everyday, without ever ceasing, newspapers all over the world report murders as if it were a daily event which cannot be stopped. It is true--murder really is a daily event that cannot be stopped. Most of the murders that occur do not even appear in the newspaper because it occurs so regularly. On March 1 of this year, a man who worked at an automobile paint shop was shot in the head just so that the murderer and his accomplice can have the wallets of the three co-workers the deceased had. No arrests have been made yet and most likely, not much effort will be made to catch the criminals, simply because there are too many of them.
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