Similarities Between Thomas Hobbes And John Locke

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Thomas Hobbes and John Locke are two different people who believed two different things. Hobbes believed people would act badly in a state of nature, and that people were evil. However, Locke believed that people would not act badly in a state of nature, for fear that the same will happen to them. I agree with Locke, and support his theory that people would not act abominably in a state of nature for fear that the same would happen to themselves. Thomas Hobbes believed that people would act evil in a state of nature and there would be no society, war of every man, and life would be lonely, poor, violent and short. I do not agree with Hobbes for the fact that throughout history, people have been in a state of nature at one time or another
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