This publication expounds an analytical procedure that specializes in paradoxes - a style initially linked to deconstructive philosophy, yet bearing little resemblance to the interpretive ideas that experience grow to be specified as 'deconstruction' in literary experiences. The publication then applies its paradox-focused strategy because it undertakes a sustained research of Thomas Hobbe's political philosophy. Hobbes's concept of the arrival and goal of presidency seems to bare the impossibility of the very advancements which it portrays as vital.
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