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Department
Sociology and Anthropology
Course
SOAN 2111
Professor
Linda Hunter
Semester
Fall

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soan 1220 sept 25 Roman emperors kings required of their courts that their images should convey a sense of their dignity, wealth, and divine rights HOBBES (1588-1679) - human beings have rights, living in the time of the french enlightment - have to follow ruler - without a ruler, society is monsterous -men are always at war- all against all) - if no fear then war - war in natural state led to civil state - rules not correct but are inforced -give concent to absolute government - all human desire are connect to avoid death - passions and appetites are to do with hope and fear, fear drives us from society. - all unselfish motives are seens as ways to further our own interestes -always strugeling to satisfy. Best way to gain satisfaction and avoid dissatisfaction is power. - common power and terror to fear. we give it up to a leader - natural desire for power - one who is weak can even have enough strength to rule the stronger person because or machines, or confederacy. seen as equal - ROUSSEAU (1712-1778) - interested in individual rights and power - romantic thought- individualism and
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