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which of the following is not true of hobbes' social contract theory?

Which of the following is NOT true of Hobbes' social contract theory?

It is both a political and a moral position.

It assumes that a person's agreement to social rules will be grounded in self-interest.

It assumes that the outcome of the social contract will be a democratic government.

It assumes that a person's agreement to social rules will be rational.

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It assumes that the outcome of the social contract will be a democratic government.

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