Die Rechtsphilosophie Des Jean Jacques Rousseau (Google eBook)

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Page 58 - And thus the community may be said in this respect to be always the supreme power, but not as considered under any form of government, because this power of the people can never take place till the government be dissolved.
Page 58 - ... shall go about to bring them into such a slavish condition, they will always have a right to preserve what they have not a power to part with, and to rid themselves of those who invade this fundamental, sacred, and unalterable law of self-preservation for which they entered into society.
Page 127 - ... si les abus de cette nouvelle condition ne le dégradaient souvent au-dessous de celle dont il est sorti, il devrait bénir sans cesse l'instant heureux qui l'en arracha pour jamais, et qui, d'un animal stupide et borné fit un être intelligent et un homme.
Page 58 - And thus the community perpetually retains a supreme power of saving themselves from the attempts and designs of any body, even of their legislators, whenever they shall be so foolish or so wicked as to lay and carry on designs against the liberties and properties of the subject.
Page 34 - And in him consisteth the essence of the commonwealth; which, to define it, is "one person, of whose acts a great multitude by mutual covenants one with another have made themselves every one the author, to the end he may use the strength and means of them all as he shall think expedient, for their peace and common defence.
Page 127 - Je terminerai ce chapitre et ce livre par une remarque qui doit servir de base à tout le système social; c'est qu'au lieu de détruire l'égalité naturelle, le pacte fondamental substitue, au contraire, une égalité morale et légitime à ce que la nature avait pu mettre d'inégalité physique entre les hommes, et que, pouvant être inégaux en force ou en génie, ils deviennent...
Page 46 - Quantum ad Politicam spectat, discrimen inter me et Hobbesium de quo interrogas in hoc consistit, quod ego naturale Jus semper sartum tectum conservo quodque Supremo Magistratui in qualibet urbe non plus in subditos Juris quam juxta mensuram poteslatis qua subditum superat competere statuo quod in statu naturali semper locum habet.
Page 40 - A COMMONWEALTH by acquisition is that where the sovereign power is acquired by force; and it is acquired by force when men singly, or many together by plurality of voices, for fear of death, or bonds, do authorise all the actions of that man, or assembly, that hath their lives and liberty in his power.
Page 108 - Pourquoi la volonté générale est-elle toujours droite, et pourquoi tous veulent-ils constamment le bonheur de chacun d'eux, si ce n'est parce qu'il n'ya personne qui ne s'approprie ce mot chacun, et qui ne songe à lui-même en votant pour tous...
Page 99 - Je suppose les hommes parvenus à ce point où les obstacles qui nuisent à leur conservation dans l'état de nature l'emportent, par leur résistance, sur les forces que chaque individu peut employer pour se maintenir dans cet état.

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루소의 정치철학에 대한 헤겔의 비판
301 -. 1. 大 同. 논 문 집. 제 집. 18 2002. 9. 루소의 정치철학에 대한 헤겔의 비판. 이 재 성. *. 1). 요 약 문. 이 글은 루소의 정치철학에 대한 헤겔의 비판을...
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