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Thomas Hobbes Political Theory
"There are two ways of being unpolitical: to think that politics can do everything, and to think that politics can do nothing. The first leads to Utopianism and fanaticism. The second to Epicureanism and apathy; yet despite their opposite effects, both are symptoms of the same disease, a failure of a realistic vision." Hobbes was a political philosopher who believed that politics could do everything. Hobbes wrote in a time of civil war in England so he tried to come with a political system that could provide stability and security to everyone in society. In his government, the ruler would have all power and he had all power so he could provide stability. So Hobbes believed that government should provide security above all else and in this sense he believed that could do everything.…
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