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  1.  State of Nature is also a war.

    Explanation: The State of Nature is a "war of all against all". How? you may ask. Well  life in the state of nature is "nasty, brutish and short.".

    I hope this helps

  2. Many evolutionary biologists argue that the state of nature and war are connected because there are limited resources on Earth, so people with always be fighting one another to gain more resources.

  3. Many evolutionary biologists argue that the state of nature and war are connected because there are limited resources on the plant, so humans and animals will fight for resources

  4. Human instinct is in a general sense narrow minded, everybody needs whatever they can get their hands on. As there are no laws in the condition of nature, there is nothing to prevent anybody from getting what they need with the exception of by winning power.

  5. A concept used in moral and political philosophy, religion, social contract theories and international law to denote the hypothetical conditions of what the lives of people might have been like before societies came into existence

  6. 1): Answer   >  Life, liberty and property are all natural rights that people are born with, according to Locke.

    2): Answer >  In a state of nature, people are constantly in a state of war because there are no laws.

    3):    Answer  >  A social contract happens when the people agree to give up some power and rights in exchange for protection and services.  

    Hope that helps!!!                                             : )

  7. The state of nature is a "war of all against all," in which human beings constantly seek to destroy each other in an incessant pursuit for power. Life in the state of nature is "nasty, brutish and short."

    Explanation:

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