Ideas Y Valores 57 (136):5-26 (2008)

Maximiliano Martinez
Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
In this paper I explore the controversial claim that morality exists in the Hobbesian state of nature (represented in the rationality and prudence of natural laws), and how this moral is a necessary condition to achieve civil state. In order to accomplish this objective, I examine the work of G. Kav..
Keywords Hobbes   natural law   state of nature   civil state   egoism   reply to the fool   prisoner´s dilemma  Hobbes   ley natural   estado natural   estado civil   egoísmo   respuesta al necio   dilema del prisionero
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