Hobbes and Hume and Passion
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In this article, the writer compares David Hume and Thomas Hobbes on the issue of human passion, concluding that they view passion similarly. The writer identifies both the similarities and differences in the two schools of thought.
From the Paper:"Both David Hume and Thomas Hobbes were interested in determining how the human passions influence man's life his social structures and his interactions with others. According to Paul Russell these two British philosophers are generally if not entirely in agreement regarding this issue. Both recognize that man has different types of passion that passions give rise to actions and how passions are manifested similarly in all men. This essay drawing upon the work of both philosophers ..."
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