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From the early 1600's Europe was going through a crisis, civil wars in England, religious persecution in France, along with the falling of feudal states, which had kept Europe in order. To repair the situation in Europe, economic philosophers notion of ways to secure the political and economic crises in the world, without even pushing Europe farther into chaos. One philosopher was Thomas Hobbes, that made a proposition that protected the general public by taking away their natural liberal rights and also giving the ability to the sovereign in exchange for safety. Another was Jonathan Swift, who wrote to the British Parliament asking for more liberty for the Irish citizens whose economy has been falling apart as a result of English. Although the two philosophers, Hobbes and Swift, had identifying perspectives about how best to fix the uprisings in Europe, they both successfully procured Europe from more instability by making use of their functions: The Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, and A Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift. Thomas Hobbes was among the most prominent theorists in Europe throughout the 1600's. Hobbes refused medieval scholastic philosophy, preferring the new, contemporary, scientific ways of thinking on the increase from England and the rest of Europe. Hobbes, being from England, undergone the English Civil War first hand, and he produced his political views by viewing the war happen. He believed that if individuals sacrificed their rights to be safeguarded by a monarch afterward there would not be any political uprising and revolutions. Without conflicts of electricity, taxpayers would focus on helping the state flourish. (Lloyd) Hobbes is considered to be a realist. Realism is the view that a nation or state will do whatever is needed to endure and anything that's in its own best interest in instances...