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Unformatted text preview: just. Augustine and Hobbes both view people as naturally wicked. Augustine viewed an unjust society to be wrong whereas Hobbes argued that even if a society is deemed unjust by a majority, the oppressed shouldnt be allowed to rebel because they signed a social contract. Augustine believes that people want peace because even those that do go to war eventually want peace after the war when things are better for them. Hobbes believes that the natural state is constantly at war....
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- Spring '08