This person was a political theorist who believed economics were the driving force of human activity and interaction, and believed that human nature was to make the most of available resources.
This person was a sociologist who wrote a work called "The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism."
This person was a philosopher who wrote about the importance of recognition in the development of a society and that humans have a natural desire to achieve recognition.
This person was a political theorist and author of "Leviathan," a treatise that discusses the formation of the state and believes that man's deepest fear is a death which is violent.
This person wrote the "Second Treatise on Government" and was a political theorist who believed humans are naturally free and driven to preserve freedom, while...
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