Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) was the first modern philosopher to articulate a detailed contractual theory. According to Hobbes, the lives of individuals in the state of nature were “lonely, poor, wicked, brutal and short”, a state where self-interest and the absence of rights and contracts prevented society or society. Life was “anarchic” (without leadership or concept of sovereignty). Individuals in the state of nature were apolitical and antisocial. This situation is followed by the social contract. The concept of social contract was originally laid down by Glaucon, as plato described in The Republic, Book II. Among the main objectives of companies is the importance of returning to society, a role known as social responsibility. Companies have an ethical obligation to members of a given company. The theory of economic ethics creates and integrates the mutual being between members of societies and established companies. Members of a company allow businesses to be created in these establishments that benefit from certain benefits that improve the well-being of societies. These benefits include economic efficiency, improved decision-making and improved ability to acquire and exploit modern technologies and resources. This social authorization is likely to obtain legal recognition and permission to use the human and natural resources of society. But all of this must be done within the framework of the laws established by these companies.
The theory of an implicit social contract is also under the principles of explicit consent.  The main difference between tacit consent and explicit consent is that explicit consent should not leave room for misinterpretation. In addition, you should indicate directly what you want and the person must react in a concise manner that confirms or rejects the proposal. A former critic of the theory of social contract was Roussau`s friend, the philosopher David Hume, who published an essay “Of Civil Liberty” in 1742.