Lloyd’s Interpretation of the Principle of Political Obligation of Thomas Hobbes
Keywords:Hobbes, Lloyd, conflict, prudential interests, transcendent interests
This essay presents Sharon Ann Lloyd’s interpretation of Thomas Hobbes’s political theory and exposes the arguments that she offers to support the thesis that argues that the standard interpretation is unable to understand its real problem: the problem of establishing and maintaining social order.
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