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Luca

Canada

*profile pic is subject to change, sorry :/
I don't know what to put here... Hello world, I guess...?
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Joined 7th Oct of 2018 (I think)
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Hello to everyone who might be reading this..? I'm pretty average, my only redeeming quality is probably that I can write half-decently when I put my mind to it. Sleeping is the love of my life zzzz
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Luca (Canada) published:

Locke and Hobbes (sounds like a comedy duo)

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    Even if they were not contemporaries, philosophers John Locke and Thomas Hobbes share many of the same ideas when it comes to the state of human nature and the purpose of government in a civilized society. Although Locke is most known for his tabula rasatheory that humans are born as a blank slate and develop according to their experiences in life, his ideas also introduced the concept of democracy as it is known today. More specifically, his belief that...

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Luca (Canada) published:

Marlow Sees Dark Things Happen in A Jungle

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    Although Joseph Conrad’s  novella, Heart of Darkness,can be read at face value as the tale of an educated young man venturing into the depths of the jungle searching for glory, its true value can only be understood when taken into context of the author’s personal beliefs and history. Through Marlow’s journey into the interior, he encounters many scenarios that help solidify the connection between the title and the darkness that is evident in the men who work in the...

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Luca (Canada) published:

Hobbes was right, and now he is...?

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            Hobbes’ Theory of Government Fails to Account for The Stubbornness of Human Nature to Resist Change

    Thomas Hobbes has a  harsh way of looking at human nature, but it is a refreshing change of pace from the commentary of today, which, as it tries to be politically correct in not offending any party, ends up not saying anything of value. Hobbes begins with some broad statements outlining what he believes to be man’s natural state before any type of government....

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