Thomas Hobbes-"Curiosity is the lust of the mind."
John Locke-"What worries you, masters you."
Baron de Montesquieu-"There is no greater tyranny than that which is perpetrated under the shield of the law and in the name of justice."
B. Thomas Hobbes
Thomas Hobbes was an English philosopher best known for his political philosophy. He believed that humans were aggressive competitors, violent, selfish and brutish, who were always in the constant pursuit of power and glory. So, in order to establish a civil society, receive protection, avoid conflicts, maintain peace and live better, a "social contract" between a ruler and people was necessary.
Through the contract, all individuals in society would cede their natural rights to an absolute government that ensured collective security, even if that government interfered with citizens' personal freedom, or abused of its power. Therefore, Thomas Hobbes is the philosopher that would definitely support the type of government described in the statement.
John Locke is the guy
karl marx thought that morality designed to accelerate the exploitation of the poor by the rich
karl marx thought that morality designed to accelerate the exploitation of the poor by the rich. Marx was particularly concerned about how individuals relate with their own labor power. He wrote widely about this in relation to the alienation issue.Capitalism regulates social development relations (such as between employees or between employees and capitalists) through resources, including labor, which are purchased and sold on the market.
The answer is B
It was primary on the idea of "Separation of powers" that Montesquieu had the most influence on the Founding Fathers, since he believed this was a crucial step in government did not become to powerful.
Thomas Paine couldn't have been one of the philosophers because he was one of the Founding Fathers.
Yeah the answer is C according to Apex.