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  • The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes: The State of Nature as an Exemplum


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In the Leviathan, Thomas Hobbes's theory of the state of nature serves as an exemplum; an account that legitimizes and argues for the authority of the state, by providing the logic behind sovereignty. The theory illustrates the point that without government, man is in hell (an awful and evil state of nature), where peace, order and liberty are impossible. His purpose in writing the Leviathan, and in describing man's state of nature, should be seen as being an anti-anarchical aim; that is, his task was to make people accept and obey the political authority of the sovereign, in order to solve the problem of recurring disorder within society and make the state "permanently stable -internally indestructible" (Lloyd 27).
Hobbes asserts that life in the state of nature would be "solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short" (Pasquino 2). This state is characterized as an anarchic existence, where man is in a constant state of warfare, due to an absent of a social contract and a central authority. Without a government, Hobbes believes, man could not coexist peacefully in freedom using only his reason, since competition, diffidence, and glory among man would create a cycle of conflict without end.…

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