Five Questions on Leviathan
1. Hobbes indicates how the state should be ruled in certain ways. But does he mention how people should obey under certain powers/rules?
2. Hobbes has atheistical views in some parts, whereas in other part of the book he emphasizes the power of religious authorities. What is it that he is trying to discuss?
3. Is religion a tool for power?
4. Can a person only be categorized in one of the two parts, “good and evil”? Who makes these judgments? If people are following the rules of God, then does God have a right to enforce human beings between happiness and unhappiness?
5. Is freedom of an individual equaled to an unlimited power of a ruler?