Character of Humankind in the light of ‘Leviathan’ by Thomas Hobbes
Competition, diffidence and Glory are three conflicts prominent in the case of humankind, according to Hoobes. All three of these conflicts have different fulfillments in the eyes of humankind; the first helps the man overrun other humans for their own gain, the second fulfills their need for safety, and the third for repute (Hobbes 33).
Thus we can assume that Hobbes view of the world is a very pessimistic view and intrinsically disbelieve of the foundation of nature and inspirations of humankind. Hobbes explains upon this line of deliberation as he describes the penalties of the ordinary man left to his own plans. In Hobbes’ point of view, the being should give up their right of ruling over themselves, and penetrate into a promise or communal agreement with the society.
“Every man should say to every man, I authorize and give up my right of governing myself to this man, or to this assembly of man, on this condition, that you give up your right to him and authorize all his actions in like manner” (Hobbes, 119).
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