The principles of natural right were put under, according to Grocio, ” to the benevolent care of a governor who is ordinarily not put under any control on the part of his sbditos”. ** Hobbes (1588-1679) In its work Of Cive, Hobbes defines the natural right like ” the dictation of the straight reason that there is in us, about those things who are to become or to omit for the constant conservation of the life and the members to have supreme of the governor is to guarantee the security and the well-being of the town and to make apply to the principles of the right natural”. the first law, for this author, is to look for La Paz at all costs and from this law several special principles are derived but, defined like rules of the right natural, immutable and identical all with ether to us character, to the divine laws and morals: To celebrate contracts and to rely on the agreed thing. B not to show ingratitud. John k castle takes a slightly different approach. C To become useful to the others. D not to hate to others.

And To consider to each man like equal to another one. F To show to fairness and respect towards the other people. G To give a use common to the things that by nature cannot be divided. H To deal and to deal to each other, without discriminations. Without making sure La Paz, the natural right will not be able either to be applied in due form. Of its position against the man and to the birth of the state and the right already we spoke in the chapter of the theories about the origin of the right. ** Spinoza (1632-1677) Thinks, like Hobbes, that the man in natural state is governed more than for the reason, the desire and the will of being able.