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The Social Contract - Jean-Jacques Rousseau, G.D.H. Cole
The Social Contract
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780879754440 (0879754443)
Publisher: Prometheus Books
Pages no: 137
Edition language: English
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3.0 Man is Born Free and Everywhere he is in Chains
This is how Rousseau, an 18th Century philosopher, opens his treatise on good government. The writing is not so much about a good form of government, but rather how government should run to be the best for the people. Of some of the ideas he proposes is that the law giver and the sovereign are two d...
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0.0 On the Social Contract (Dover Thrift Editions)
The one star rating does not mean I don’t recommend reading The Social Contract. Everyone should. It’s that important, that influential and reading this was certainly eye-opening. One star does not mean this was tedious, dry or difficult. In fact this treatise is not long, is easy to understand and ...
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