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How do I get answers from iCivics?

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Who is better Hobbes or Locke?

Hobbes was a proponent of Absolutism, a system which placed control of the state in the hands of a single individual, a monarch free from all forms of limitations or accountability. Locke, on the other hand, favored a more open approach to state-building.

How do students access iCivics?

Have your students go to, and click on the “Join iCivics” button in the top right corner. 2. Instruct them to select “Student” and enter their information as you did when you set up your account. On the registration page, students should enter your Class Code.

What is one way US citizens can use their rights to help govern their country?

Voting is one way to participate in our democracy. Citizens can also contact their officials when they want to support or change a law. Voting in an election and contacting our elected officials are two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy.

What type of government did Hobbes want?

Hobbes believed that a government headed by a king was the best form that the sovereign could take. Placing all power in the hands of a king would mean more resolute and consistent exercise of political authority, Hobbes argued.

Was Hobbes a libertarian?

Hobbes, Thomas (1588-1676): A Guide.

What was Thomas Hobbes main idea?

Throughout his life, Hobbes believed that the only true and correct form of government was the absolute monarchy. He argued this most forcefully in his landmark work, Leviathan. This belief stemmed from the central tenet of Hobbes’ natural philosophy that human beings are, at their core, selfish creatures.

What is the purpose of government according to Hobbes?

Back in the mid-1600s, the philosopher Thomas Hobbes argued that the purpose of government is to maintain order. Without government, Hobbes argued, humans would exist in what he called a “state of nature” where life is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”.

What is iCivics and why should you use it?

With iCivics, you get to take charge and solve the nation’s problems, and you begin to really see how much of an impact you can make to the community, state, even country and make this country better. I have worked to promote civic education for young people through iCivics.

Why join the iCivics Educator Network?

Today, iCivics was named one of the Top 5 winners of the Unity and GSV Ventures EdTech Creator Challenge, and one of the Challenge’s overall top 30 projects. Join Me in the iCivics Educator Network – Apply for the 2022 Cohort! iCivics Education Network teacher Michael Martirone describes why he joined the EdNet and how it has impacted his life.

Why is civic education important to you?

For me, civic education is the key to inspiring kids to want to stay involved in making a difference. iCivics has helped my students to become better educated and comfortable with the functions of the United States government.