Monthly Archives: March 2011

Nature v.s. Society in Hobbes and Nietzsche

Thomas Hobbes, in his book entitled Of Man, one of four books that consist the entire work titled Leviathan, defines the condition of Nature in his famous term, ‘war of every one against every one’ (Macpherson, 1985, p. 185: spelling … Continue reading

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The story of Deborah and Barak.

Deborah would be one of the most impressive female characters in the Old Testament mostly because ‘she is the only woman to be a Judge of Israel’ (http://www.essortment.com/old-testament-deborah-judge-44017.html). Regarding to her title, it is argued that being a prophetess and … Continue reading

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