Please write a 1-2 page essay answering all parts of the following
question. Feel free to use material and ideas from throughout
Chapter 8. However, if you choose to use any direct quotes from
the chapter, or any other outside sources, then please remember
to properly cite that material using MLA format.
Thomas Hobbes argues that human beings are inherently selfish
and that the only way to construct a state is to take this aspect of
human nature into account. How does Hobbes understand
human beings in the state of nature and how are we able to come
together and form a social contract to get out of this state? What
kind of state does this social contract lead to? Finally, do you
think that Hobbes is correct that all human beings are inherently
selfish and that our institutions need to be created with this in
mind? Why or why not?
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