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Discussion 4 14:39 Similarities between Locke and Hobbes Natural law theorists Both accept that the state of nature is something bad Locke can conceive justice in sate of nature Hobbes thinks there is no justice Self-preservation  What is a natural law Rights that we are born with, not given by social contract Given by God We can access what the natural rights are through reason Subjective vs. Objective reasons
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Unformatted text preview: If these are given through God’s subjective presence how can we access them at all? Which is it? God wills X because X is morally obligatory objective X is morally obligatory because God wills X. Subjective Property Whatever you use your hands to make, it is your property. Mix your labor. Pick too many apples, you cant eat them all and most will spoil, 14:39 14:39...
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  • Fall '10
  • Baynes
  • Philosophy, Objective pronoun, Hobbes Natural law

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