Thomas Hobbes - Thomas Hobbes-Not a liberal believed in...

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Thomas Hobbes -Not a liberal; believed in natural law/rights, the social compact (belief that sovereignty is given up by the people to produce a well-maintained social environment by governmental laws) -Later, this idea was transformed by Locke into Liberalism -Received a classic education (Renaissance) -Beginning of the scientific revolution - Leviathan -Monster = new “sovereign” state centered about new Absolutist monarchs -During the Glorious Revolution of 1688 , in which the peasants were extricated from the land and a stone wall was to be put up so they may not come back - Hobbes syllogism
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