Author Archives: Graham

Thomas Hobbes and John Locke

Today in class we discussed the philosophies of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. Thomas Hobbes states that in mankind’s natural state, without government,  people are naturally selfish, caring not for others but only for their own personal wellbeing. On the … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring

In light of the attacks and riots in Libya, Egypt, and Yemen, I was contemplating if when the middle east called for revolution, they were wanting true freedom in the form of democracy, or merely a regime change. It seems … Continue reading

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