Political Philosophy: Assignment Examples

An Introduction to the Life of Thomas Hobbes

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An Overview of the Views of Thomas Hobbes on the State of Nature

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An Analysis of Niccolo Machiavelli and Thomas Hobbes Works on Politics and Human Nature

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A Comparison of the Ideas of Hobbes and Locke

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An Analysis of Thomas Hobbes' Belief of Equality of Ability

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A Brief Biography and History of Works of Hobbes a Great Writer from 17th Century

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Applying Locke's and Hobbes' Theories on the film "Les Miserables"

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The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes: The Natural State of Men is War

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The Realistic Nature of Power of Politics as Portrayed in Thomas Hobbes' Leviathan

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Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes: Hobbes' Views on Man's Identity in the Society and How It Mirrors in the Political Structure

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A Description of War as a Natural Condition of Mankind By Hobbes

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An Analysis of the Writings of Thomas Hobbes and J.J.C Smart

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An Analysis of the Applicability of Thomas Hobbes's State of Nature on India, a Country in Asia

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A Comparison on Descartes' and Hobbes' Thoughts

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An Analysis of the Different Social Contracts by Hobbes, Locke and J. J. Rousseau

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The Opposing Views on Morality of Fredrich Nietzsche and Thomas Hobbes

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Thomas Hobbes and the Nature of Mankind

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An Analysis of the Leviathan, a Book by Thomas Hobbes

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Hobbes and the State of Nature

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A Comparison of Theories in Hobbes and Locke's View of Human Nature

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