The Best And Worst Of Human NaturePaper Rating: Word Count: 364 Approx Pages: 1
'The best and worst of human nature, as would be expounded by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, are demonstrated in these new lands and cultures.' It is true that the best and worst of human nature are demonstrated in these new lands and cultures. In the views of Locke and Hobbes are two very different points of view.
In Thomas Hobbes point of view, human beings are organisms in motion and need to be restrained by authority from pursuing selfish ends. In the case of the Natives, he would have said that Spain had the right to conquer the Baham