Question: English & Literature

How did John Locke and Thomas Hobbes differ?
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John Locke and Thomas Hobbes were both men that believed in the premise of social contract and natural law. However Locke believed, as do most that follow the ideas of natural law, that man is a social animal. Hobbes however, had very different ideas about man as a social animal and faced many cretics for his ideas.

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