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Kavka. 1986. Hobbesian moral and political theory (pages 96-125). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Hobbes's three premises:
State of nature = "a war of all against all": captured in prisoner's dilemma
Examines several objections/criticisms of Hobbes's model.
Research on similar subjects