Compare and contrast the arguments presented in Machiavelli’s The Prince with those presented in Hobbes’ Leviathan, focusing on the following areas:
How does each philosopher conceive of human nature, and how do their conceptions of human nature influence their political theories?
In what ways are Machiavelli’s and Hobbes’ theories influenced by the historical context in which they were writing?
Do Machiavelli and Hobbes have different aims or intentions when developing their political theories?
Why is Machiavelli sometimes considered a ‘political realist’? Can this label also be meaningfully ascribed to Hobbes?
How would Machiavelli and Hobbes react to each other’s political theory?
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