Prompt: How do Hobbes and Kant differ in their approach to the nature of human beings? Who do you think is less convincing out of the two and why? Why is Hobbes associated with the school of Realism and Kant with Liberalism in International Relations?

Thomas Hobbes (plus book and 1 attachment):

Immanuel Kant (plus book and 1 attachment):

The book attached has one chapter for each, Hobbes and Kant.
Please use only the sources I provided, if possible. But if the information is insufficient you can use other sources.
I selected 3 sources for this order, but you can add as many as you need, whether is more or less than 3.
Let me know if you have any issues with the attachments or the order in general.
Thank you.

Nature of human beings