Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Human nature and history

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John T. Scott
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 475 pages
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Bringing together critical assessments of the broad range of Rousseau's thought, with a particular emphasis on his political theory, this systematic collection is an essential resource for both student and scholar.
 

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Contents

lEssai sur lorigine des langues
28
Rousseau on the arts and sciences
46
Rousseau on
62
Emile
88
Theory of metaphor in Rousseaus Second Discourse
110
Rousseaus natural woman 131 22 Rousseaus natural woman
131
Rousseau and the problem of bourgeois society
178
a resistance to reading
207
Rousseau and
272
Rousseaus Socratism
308
I N J H Dent
322
II Timothy OHagan On
338
Rousseau on Providence
354
Rousseaus protean sentiment
397
Rousseau and the political animal
419
Rousseau and the desire
443

the pure state
225
Rousseaus dialogue
257

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