HOBBES GA answers

HOBBES GA answers - OUTLINE WITH STUDY QUESTIONS-HOBBES I...

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OUTLINE WITH STUDY QUESTIONS--HOBBES I. Part I, Chapter XIII: Of the Natural Condition of Mankind as Concerning Their Felicity and Misery In the state of nature, what is the principal goal of each individual? IN THE STATE OF NATURE, THE PRINCIPLE GOAL OF EACH INDIVIDUAL IS THEIR OWN CONSERVATION 507 What are the three main causes of conflict in the state of nature? THE THREE PRINCIPAL CAUSES OF QUARREL ARE COMPETITION, DIFFIDENCE, AND THE DESIRE FOR GLORY. 508 What condition constitutes war? THE FACT THAT MEN LIVE WITHOUT A COMMON OR BINDING POWER; WITHOUT THIS COMMON POWER TO KEEP THEM ALL IN AWE, THEY LIVE IN A CONDITON CALLED WAR. 508 How does Hobbes characterize the life of human beings at war in the state of nature? EVERY MAN AGAINST EVERY MAN, NO SECURITY OTHER THAN THEIR OWN STRNGTH AND THEIR OWN INVENTION, NO INDUSTRY. NO COMMODIUS BUILDING, ETC. IN SHORT, THE LIFE OF MAN IS SOLITARY, POOR, NASTY, BRUTISH, AND SHORT 508 Why can there be no injustice in the state of nature? WHERE THERE IS NO COMMON POWER THERE IS NO LAW; WHERE THERE IS NO LAW, THERE CAN BE
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course MUS 1004 taught by Professor Richardcole during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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