The First and Second Discourses: By Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Bedford/St. Martin's, 1964 - Literary Collections - 248 pages
One of the most respected translations of this key work of 18th-century philosophy, this text includes a brief introduction to the two works as well as abundant notes that range from simple explanations to speculative interpretations.
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) may not be all that modern by our scale, but he helped Enlightenment France sort out many of the new ways of thinking that came about before the French Revolution ... Read full review
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I was reading this for a Coursera course that I dropped out of. It is too dry for this time of my life! I will never finish this! Read full review