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Ultimately, I contend that the Leviathan is ambiguous in nature; it may either be a monarchy, democracy, or aristocracy. Nevertheless, it strictly imposes that ultimate power be contained by a single sovereign force, which, in any case, makes it an absolutist form of government. Throughout the book, principally in chapters XVII through XXII, Hobbes establishes some of the many characteristics of the Leviathan. When speaking of the Leviathan, Hobbes reduces it to a single entity. This is how Hobbes takes the first step towards Machiavelli’s concept of principalities.