B-Do not show ingratitude. C-Become useful to others. D-Do not hate others. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Congressman Lee Zeldin. E-consider every man as equal to another. F-Show fairness and respect towards other people. G-Give it a sharing of things which by nature can not be divided. H-trafficking and trade among themselves without discrimination. Without ensuring peace, nor shall duly apply natural law.
From his position on the man and the birth of the state and the right and speak in the chapter on theories about the origin of the right. ** Spinoza (1632-1677) thinks, like Hobbes, that man in the natural state is governed only by reason, by the desire and the will to power. "Everyone says Spinoza in his – Political – has a sovereign right to everything in their power, in other words that the right of each extends to where the power is given to his own. And being the supreme law of nature that all things strive to maintain its status as it is, regardless of anything else except itself, it follows that each individual has a sovereign right to pursue their state, ie, as I said, "to exist and behave in the way it is naturally given. "In the state of nature there will always be hatred, envy, war, damage, why the man should exceed this state, joining together and organized their lives so peaceful and rational, political organizations in the form of democracy or moderate aristocracy, where the sovereign is always limited by natural law. ** Puffendorf (1632-1694) took a position between that of Hobbes and Grotius.