and PRIVATE POLITICS 1

@inproceedings{Baron2001andPP,
  title={and PRIVATE POLITICS 1},
  author={David P. Baron},
  year={2001}
}
The problem of social order lies at the heart of human interaction. Concerned with recurring civil conflict Hobbes (1651, p. 185-6) argued that without a “common Power” society would be in a “warre, as is every man, against every man.” The result would be a life “solitary, poore, nasty, bruttish, and short.” Hobbes’s solution was the state, a Leviathan, to… CONTINUE READING