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  • Realism derives from the thought of Thucydides, Niccolò Machiavelli, Thomas Hobbes, Sun Tzu, Carl von Clausewitz, Edward H. Carr, Nicolas Spykman, Hans
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  • translations Richard Crawley: The History of the Peloponnesian War Thomas Hobbes Benjamin Jowett date: postponed untill after the northern spring or
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  • conclusions. Leibniz agreed with Thomas Hobbes’ belief that all human thoughts are computational. He was not a materialist like Hobbes, but he believed the human
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  • seems to be a difference from the approach of his fellow empiricist Thomas Hobbes. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz contributed to the philosophical conversation
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  • through an understanding of Charles Darwin and evolution, and also Thomas Hobbes and the social-contract idea. By investigating these areas, we’ll further
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  • biologically deterministic stand taken by the founders of these disciplines: Thomas Hobbes (mid 17th century), Sigmund Freud (late 19th – early 20th century),
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  • reasoned that atoms were able to change direction without a cause. Thomas Hobbes was a materialist. He rejected the idea that there was an immaterial
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  • site discussion page. Section heading right Reading Assignments Thomas Hobbes John Locke Jean Jacques Rousseau Global politics Development of International
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  • expansion on these topics. Thomas Hobbes was one of the chief contributors to liberal thought with his book Leviathan . In the book, Hobbes illustrates that in
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  • Hobbes maintained that acts of the will are caused by some type of desire, which are caused by psychological processes of brain matter (2). Hobbes said
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  • fairly negative view on human nature, much like the famous view of Thomas Hobbes that life is “nasty, brutish, and short”. Nasir al-Din Tusi, on the
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  • in contrast to another man of the Revolution, spoken of above, Thomas Hobbes. Hobbes believed that a uniform religion was needed for a stable society
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  • Russia, Austria, Prussia b. Philosophical Support of Absolutism i. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) & Leviathan ii. Jacques Bossuet (1627-1704) Devine
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  • but it's to be applied only within our own group—not to outsiders. Thomas Hobbes argued that enlightened egoism leads to GR, since individuals live better
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  • e. It Began VI. Pre-Enlightenment Thought (Absolutism & Thomas Hobbes): a. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), the Social Contract, & Leviathan (1651) a. His
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  • represents the solution to the war of all against all that so much concerned Thomas Hobbes, in his Leviathan (1651). Reciprocity supposes an alliance, reinforces
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  • reason and thought and the power of individuals to solve problems. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were philosophes. Rousseau argued that laws established
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  • reason and thought and the power of individuals to solve problems. Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were philosophes. Rousseau argued that laws established
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  • be horrifyingly worse—“solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short” in Thomas Hobbes’s words. But still, there's a problem. For many centuries, practically
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  • prescribes citizen militias to strengthen the power of the republican state. Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) in Leviathan provides further justification for killing
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