This quiz tests your knowledge of Thomas Hobbes, a 17th century English philosopher and political theorist. It covers his life, works, and philosophy, as well as his influence on political thought and the development of modern ideas about the state and society.
Get ready to explore the thought-provoking ideas of one of the founding fathers of modern political theory.
What was Thomas Hobbes' nationality?
What was Thomas Hobbes' occupation?
All of the above
What is the name of Thomas Hobbes' most famous work?
The Social Contract
Meditations on First Philosophy
Discourse on the Method
What was Thomas Hobbes' view on human nature?
Humans are inherently good
Humans are inherently evil
Humans are inherently neutral
Humans are inherently flawed
What was Thomas Hobbes' view on the role of government?
Government should be abolished
Government should be limited
Government should have absolute power
Government should be democratic
When was Thomas Hobbes born?
Where was Thomas Hobbes born?
Who did Thomas Hobbes study under?
None of the above
What was Thomas Hobbes' contribution to the field of political science?
He popularized the idea of the social contract
He opposed the idea of the social contract
He had no impact on the field of political science
He created the idea of anarcho-communism
What was Thomas Hobbes' view on democracy?
He supported democracy
He opposed democracy
He was neutral towards democracy
He believed in a hybrid form of government
What was Thomas Hobbes' stance on religion?
He was a devout Christian
He was an atheist
He was a deist
He was a pantheist
What was Thomas Hobbes' view on the right of revolution?
He supported the right of revolution
He opposed the right of revolution
He was neutral on the right of revolution
He believed in the right of revolution under certain conditions
What was Thomas Hobbes' view on freedom?
Freedom is absolute
Freedom is relative
Freedom is limited
Freedom does not exist
What was Thomas Hobbes'; impact on the English Civil War?
He supported the Royalists
He supported the Parliamentarians
He was neutral
He was not involved in the conflict
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