11. Why is Hobbes considered one of the founding scholars of liberalism? What elements of Hobbes theory contradict liberalism?
12. Critics have argued that Locke’s legacy has led to an American experience that is selfish, atomsistic, and rifle with inequality. How might one support these criticisms?
13. How does Hobbes use the distinction between natural right and natural law to support the two branches of his first law of nature?
14. What defects does Locke identify with the state of nature? What is the primary objective of entering into civil government? Under what conditions would we find ourselves in a state of war?
15. Explain Hobbes and Locke’s views on the monarchy as an institution.