This is the conclusion of chapters ten to sixteen of the landmark work of Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, written in 1651, two years after Charles I was removed and beheaded by the Parliament. These chapters place the philosophical foundations for all of those other booklet; reason the creation of the sovereign express and describe the best way to achieve peace based on Hobbes view of human mother nature. He also points out his view of individual nature in detail. Hobbes starts off by installation of a set of definitions. The explanation for this, as he clarifies later, is an argument without definitions and step-by-step logical research is nothing, but an opinion only. Man, regarding to Hobbes, comes with an insatiable dependence on power. Electricity, he says, is of two types: natural and instrumental.