Eduardo Akira Azuma

The possibility of if seeing free are so deceptive that Orwell dismisses the readers of the hope of that the personage has a happy end. Submitted the tortures degradantes, Wiston finishes for accepting the regimen. Until the day where it disappears as others that had dared to rebel itself against the installed order. The Leviat, of Hobbes, became the invincible monster. That one to who if delivers to all the freedom possibilities, in exchange for a protection that inexists.

' ' Liberdade' ' , it writes Wisnton, ' ' it is the freedom to say that two more two are quatro' '. The freedom of thought and the press are the strong points of a democratic nation. It only happens that the totalitarian governments they obtain to remain in the power the cost of the method of clipping of the basic rights of the citizens. According to Eduardo Akira Azuma: ' ' the ways used for the Great Brother to extinguish the individuality are not summarized to ' ' teletela' '. In the theory of Hobbes the fear possesss basic paper, rank that, it bases the functioning of the system. The Biblical metaphor of the Leviat monster also fortifies such importance in the measure where the fear of the men in parallelism to the fear constructed for the Leviat incarnates de Thomas Hobbes. The ecclesiastical power in the optics of Thomas Hobbes also exerts a certain repression spiritual, therefore, according to it, this would be half the persuasivo one to make with that the people obey the laws. If we think about one of the great principles of functioning of the republic according to Hobbes, namely, the obedience, understand easily that the author of the Leviat if has felt to the will when introducing the religion and its hierarchy in its assembly politics. With effect, where already born in the kingdom the obedience for the fear of God and for respect to the principles of the faith, the construction of a republic that on account tends to the respect of these same retaken values of the civil peace without a doubt is facilitated.