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_____, the philosopher, argued that government must have great power to force obedience to its laws and to defend itself.a)Aristotle.b)Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet.c)John Locke.d)Thomas Hobbes
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User: _____, the philosopher, argued that government must have great power to force obedience to its laws and to defend itself.

User: _____, the philosopher, argued that government must have great power to force obedience to its laws and to defend itself.a)Aristotle.b)Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet.c)John Locke.d)Thomas Hobbes

Weegy: b)Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet.
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