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Andamios

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CISNEROS ARAUJO, María Eugenia. The human nature in Hobbes: anthropology, epistemology and the individual. Andamios [online]. 2011, vol.8, n.16, pp.211-240. ISSN 1870-0063.

This essay aims to show the concept that Hobbes developed of man as an individual; such concept is structured from a dynamic link, moving constantly between the subject and the object, where the subject calls into exercise his/her powers and abilities to generate objectivity. It seeks to expose that the interest of the philosopher is the individual social experience, because his/her anthropology and epistemology lead to the social praxis of the individual whose product is the creation of the State. Hobbes lays the groundwork for a political practice that consists in setting in motion a political model embodied in the very action of the natural powers of man as an individual.

Palabras llave : Human Nature; Anthropology; Epistemology; Individual; Praxis.

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