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10 January, 13:09

The transition of society and men from the state of nature into the Leviathan demonstrates how the Right of Nature can be dismantled by fear, resulting in the entrapment of society into an oppressively dominant, yet free, form of control called the Law of Nature. True / False.

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  1. 10 January, 14:20
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    True. In the time past, the society as it was known then was a free state in which people where not bound to any man made law but was left to the law of nature (most probaly law of karma). There was no law preventing people from moving from one location to another neither is there any one against killing of certain animals for feeding.

    Currently, that free society has been transformed into the Levianthan whereby the society has been entraped by a dominant form of control called the Law. This could been seen in the restriction of movement of people from one country to another.

    Failure to follow the legally mapped out process would lead in imprisonment. Others are the banning of hunting of animals under the screen of being endengeared species, issue of preventing retalization towards someone that tried to kill you all in the name of being politically correct etc.
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