Hobbes was exposed to the conflicts of the War in England, which drastically changed his view of government and influenced him to relocate in France Locke believes in democracy, which the power and the government are in the hands of people, but Hobbes believes in absolute monarchy, where the power and government are belong to the monarch.
Thomas Hobbes was the first great figure in modern moral philosophy.
Ina serious illness that nearly killed him disabled him for six months. First, are people naturally good or evil?Hobbes' father, according to John Aubrey , Hobbes' biographer, was uneducated and "disesteemed learning". From having opposite views on Political Power, to having alike views on Human Nature, Hobbes and Machiavelli are men whom have shaped political philosophy throughout our time. De Homine consisted for the most part of an elaborate theory of vision. He assumes that people are sufficiently similar in their mental and physical attributes that no one is invulnerable nor can expect to be able to dominate the others. Granted, Thomas Hobbes and John Locke do discuss political systems to some extent, but they are nowhere near as invested in the ideas of the just and political systems which enticed Plato and Socrates. Of Liberty and Necessity published without the permission of Hobbes in Because there are limited resources like food and shelter and people have a desire for the same end, there is no peace or unity in society. However, a French acquaintance took a copy of the reply and published it with "an extravagantly laudatory epistle". The work closed with a general "Review and Conclusion", in response to the war, which answered the question: Does a subject have the right to change allegiance when a former sovereign's power to protect is irrevocably lost?
Like John Lockehe also stated that true revelation can never disagree with human reason and experience,  although he also argued that people should accept revelation and its interpretations for the reason that they should accept the commands of their sovereign, in order to avoid war.
He also gives them seemingly broad resistance rights in cases in which their families or even their honor are at stake.
Although Rousseau was born a different time than Hobbes and Locke, they all had a very strong influence on the way governments should function. The three reasons Hobbes uses are: the argument from contract, the argument from authorisation and the argument from weakness of mixed or divided sovereignty.
A different set of remarks on other works by Descartes succeeded only in ending all correspondence between the two.