Boa-fé e validade dos contratos em Hobbes: uma interpretação a partir de Rawls

Delamar José Volpato Dutra

Resumo


O texto acalenta a hipótese de que as razões pelas quais Hobbes justifica a desobediência e mesmo a resistência ao soberano possam ser compreendidas a partir da teoria da boa-fé contratual, tal qual apresentada por Rawls em Uma teoria da justiça.

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