Similar words: focussed, nonplussed, rouse, arouse, onerous, humorous, generous, timorous. Meaning: n. 1. French philosopher and writer born in Switzerland; believed that the natural goodness of man was warped by society; ideas influenced the French Revolution (1712-1778) 2. French primitive painter (1844-1910).
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1. The new constitution was true to Rousseau.
2. Direct speech has that personal quality Jean-Jacques Rousseau later recognized as being intrinsic to the best cantatas.
3. Rousseau has promised to make good on the bill, explaining that financial backing fell through at the last minute.
4. Kant and Rousseau based their conceptions of freedom on this ideal of self-legislation.
5. Rousseau called for reforms in state, church, education, family life and marriage.
6. He quarrelled with Rousseau after being on intimate terms with him, but then everybody did.
7. Egalitarian Rousseau lived out his life as the spoilt plaything of eccentric aristocrats.
8. Rousseau introduced a new moral system, which was in essence a reiteration of ideas already set forth by Shaftesbury and Pope.
9. But soon the influence of Hume and Gibbon, Rousseau and Voltaire brought every authority into question.
10. Can it be leveled at Rousseau as well?
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11. The movement is philosophically indebted to Rousseau.
12. How does Rousseau define government?
13. His contention contains more than an echo of Rousseau.
14. George Eliot described her first reading of Rousseau as an electric shock.
15. Jean-Jacques Rousseau also noticed that private property makes man alienate.
16. Dream painted by French Henri Rousseau describes his illusion about tropical jungle. This idea is decided by internal nave and simplicity, and some social environments as well.
17. Rousseau′s romantic theory of civilization, however, stimulated the development of the latter in such an adverse situation.
18. 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."
19. Jean-Jacques Rousseau is one of the representatives. In all his works there is a theme, that is the concept of the ecological literature.
20. Later political theorists, like Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Nietzsche would even develop a word for Hobbesian man.
21. The doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty was illegitimate, if not incomprehensible, to Rousseau.
22. Is de Man now going to tell us that his liberal construal of Rousseau carries the authority of objective validity?
23. Romanticism-Maturationism Romanticism has its roots in the writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
24. Anthropology has always provided the clearest symptomatic instance, as was foreseen by Rousseau from the outset.
25. Even today, most educated people could probably tell you something about Voltaire and Rousseau.
26. Johnson held a not dissimilar reciprocal opinion, comparing Monboddo to another of his own bugbears, Rousseau.
27. Adam Smith drew from the physiocrats who drew from Locke. Tom Paine and the other "Friends of the People" found in Rousseau a like intermediary.
28. The encyclopedists, Diderot at their head; the physiocrates, Turgot at their head; the philosophers, Voltaire at their head; the Utopians, Rousseau at their head,--these are four sacred legions.
29. This is the Rue Platriere, now called Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, on account of a singular household which lived in it sixty years ago.
30. Or chance decreed that Marius should traverse Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau between Enjolras and Courfeyrac.
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