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Thomas Hobbes's theory of war is currently being re-examined as part of a re-examination of realism in international relations theory which claims to be Hobbes-based. I am not alone in maintaining that Hobbes was first and foremost a peace theorist, rejecting the usual grounds for war, pretexts based on just war, infringements on property or trade, and thus trespass. But those who examine the three-fold causes of war that Hobbes gives, as "competition", "diffidence", and "glory", have generallydoi:10.20901/pm.55.4.01 fatcat:ln3zjwmfwfc4ze7o7gbjafkhnu