what is the difference between hobbes and locke state of nature?
according to john locke, the state of nature does not necessarily mean a state of war as it does in hobbes. although for locke there remains a certain skepticism about the natural state because it is full of impartial justice. in contrast to hobbes, the natural laws exposed by locke exist in the state of nature.
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