the teachings of Thomas Hobbes in his book Leviathan
Thomas Hobbes Paper - What is the difference between
obligations in foro interno and in foro externo, and when do we
have such obligations?
According to Thomas Hobbes, there are certain laws of nature which
exist in the absence of an organized government. These laws are extremely
cut throat, and place people in extremely dangerous situations where their
lives are in danger. Government is the answer to this dangerous situation,
but it is here that the question of obligation comes into question. Does
one have an obligation to take a chance and follow the laws set forth for
them, or should…
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