The Cambridge Companion to Rousseau

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Cambridge University Press, Aug 27, 2001 - Philosophy - 453 pages
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Rousseau, the great political theorist and philosopher of education, was an important forerunner of the French Revolution, though his thought was too nuanced and subtle ever to serve as mere ideology. This is the only volume that systematically surveys the full range of Rousseau's activities in politics and education, psychology, anthropology, religion, music, and theater. New readers will find this the most convenient and accessible guide to Rousseau currently available, while advanced students and specialists will find a conspectus of recent developments in the interpretation of Rousseau.
 

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Contents

III
1
IV
8
V
57
VI
78
VIII
94
IX
124
X
154
XI
193
XIII
272
XIV
302
XV
329
XVI
365
XVIII
397
XIX
418
XX
445
XXI
451

XII
247

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