Why may people not overthrow a monarch, regardless of the reasons, according to Hobbes?


The best answer is Choice A, It would be an injustice. Hobbes saw the relationship between the ruler and the ruled as a covenant, a contract, that neither could break. Twice he mentions that breaking that covenant would be an injustice. Although Choices B and C are partial answers, they’re not the best choices.

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