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The voicing of the Law

Thomas Hobbes is not usually considered a defender of freedom, since his work Leviathan begins with an individualistic interpretation of human beings and their behavior but concludes by advocating a sovereign with absolute power. The lack of restrictions on the power of the sovereign makes him an unsuitable reference for many lovers of liberty; however, this popular perception of Hobbes is not universal in the academy.

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Ojel L. Rodríguez Burgos
February 16, 2024
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