The state of nature and the social contract feature prominently in the political thought of Thomas Hobbes and John Locke. However, there are important differences between how Hobbes and Locke characterize the state of nature and the social contract. Identify and discuss some of these differences. Then, explain the role that the state of nature and the social contract play within the broader political thought of each theorist.
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