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1. Direct speech has that personal quality Jean-Jacques Rousseau later recognized as being intrinsic to the best cantatas.
2. Jean-Jacques Rousseau also noticed that private property makes man alienate.
3. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, writing in his Social Contract makes clear the the family (and he meant a man and a woman with children) was "the oldest form of society and the only natural one."
4. This is the Rue Platriere, now called Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, on account of a singular household which lived in it sixty years ago.
5. Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the representatives. In all his works there is a theme, that is the concept of the ecological literature.
6. Or chance decreed that Marius should traverse Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau between Enjolras and Courfeyrac.
7. Later political theorists, like Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Nietzsche would even develop a word for Hobbesian man.
8. As stated by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, to build a country, people "need such a communion,[Sentence dictionary] use the group's strength to protect every member's life and property."
9. Jean-Jacques Rousseau is a great thinker, philosopher in the 18th century France Enlightenment period and also the thought pioneer of French capitalist resolution.
10. Romanticism-Maturationism Romanticism has its roots in the writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
11. Matthew Arnold contrasted "culture" with "anarchy; "other Europeans, following philosophers Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, contrasted "culture" with "the state of nature.
12. Or, if you don't believe Spinoza, if you don't believe his authority is sufficient, consider someone who you'll be reading in a couple of weeks, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, from the Social Contract.
13. While Madame Hecquet was printing her biography of Memmie, Jean-Jacques Rousseau published his seminal work, Discourse On The Origins of Inequality.
14. If you don't believe me about this, maybe you will consider the words of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, one of the great readers of Plato's Republic.
15. Smith's first book, "The Theory of Moral Sentiments", "turned the tables" on Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who believed that society enslaved man to vanity and ambition.
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