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Thomas Hobbes was the philosopher who supported the ideas of legal positivism that untangled morality from law. The divine right is a tool in which the government used to exercise power over the masses with an eternal threat of death. He wasn't really a believer in God, he believed in natural law but deviates from the idea by leading to ordinary conclusions. One of those ordinary conclusions he discusses in his book entitled The Leviathan was that a man's ultimate concern should be the preservation of his own life. …
- It compares Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau in Regards to Social Contract, the State of Nature and Each of Their Ideal Governments
- Morality. Rene Descartes, Thomas Hobbes and David Hume were all after the truth
- Thomas Hobbes
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