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And therefore they are to remain still in the condition of tear; which is contrary to the first and fundamental law of nature, . . * 5 See below, pp. 235-7. , voL 3, p. 138. 1 1 T H E L A W S OF N A T U R E 52 having previously made the corresponding promise of nonresistance or obedience, but it obliges him nevertheless. In Hobbes's case, however, even if this example cannot properly be brought under the law of justice, it will fall under the law of gratitude which is very similar, and the person concerned will be obliged thereby to act in such a way that his protector could not reasonably wish that he had never protected or spared him.
2. In order to be considered just and to free the covenantor from his obligation under the heading of suspicion of nonperformance, the fear or suspicion must arise from some event subsequent to the agreement itself. Considering covenants in the State of Nature, Hobbes declares, The cause of fear, which maketh such a covenant invalid, must be always something arising after the covenant made; as some new fact, or other sign of the will not to perform: else it cannot make the covenant void. 2 In a footnote to the De Cive, Hobbes makes the same point.
T h e justification for describing the situation in this way rather than by the simple assertion that the persons involved have no obligations, is that it diminishes the tendency to draw false inferences from this position. T o continue; if we further suppose, for example, that a psychiatrist appears who cures these persons and restores them T I I E F R A M E W O R K OF T H E D I S C U S S I O N 28 to sanity, their full obligations hold again. Can the psychiatrist, however, in this case be described as the creator of moral obligations or the founder of moral distinctions?
170 green living tips by Arvid Linde