With both of these documents being somewhat drastically different, they still share some similarities. With both of these documents being highly influential, many historians argue whether they caused a revolution. Hobbes influence brought up the bloodless England Revolution in 1685, While Rousseau sparked the French Revolution in 1789, all because of their strong opinionated voices and expressed ideas.
While both of these documents had similarities, they both, Hobbes and Rousseau, had very different outlooks on government and the life of man in general. Hobbes thinks man is too incapable of governing itself, and life is about surviving in one peace till the very end, as Leviathan Quote: “In a state of nature, Life is solitary,