Leviathan: Violence, Power, and Thomas Hobbes' World
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Leviathan: Violence, Power, and Thomas Hobbes' World

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During violent times we think about problems of power: how to get it, keep it, and control it. Thomas Hobbes thought about power too because he wanted peace. What can WE learn from Hobbes today?

During violent times we think about problems of power: how to get it, keep it, and control it. Thomas Hobbes thought about power too because he wanted peace. What can WE learn from Hobbes today?

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