In the year 1651, Thomas Hobbes’ theory of Social Contract ‘appeared for the first time in Leviathan’ during the civil war in Britain. According to Hobbes before the Social Contract men in a state of nature were living with fear due to life being ‘nasty’ and ‘brutish’. Whilst there are many advantages of Hobbes’s concept this essay postulates that his concept is redundant and has too many impediments for it to be deployed in today’s world. Continue reading Hobbes and the Social Contract
On Thursday the High Court concluded that Parliamentary consent is needed to trigger Brexit officially known as Article 50 an unprecedented move and one which has caused discomfort for the Prime Minister, Theresa May. Continue reading Brexit veto?
The Tories want to expand grammar schools across this nation. They believe that grammar schools allow children from poorer backgrounds to be intellectually stimulated in an environment where other students have the same inclination of ability as them. Continue reading Grammar or Not?