The Social Contract

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Read By: Jason Douglas
Sponsored By: ejunto

Book Description:
One of the most famous philosophers of the enlightenment, Rousseau's Social Contract explores the foundation of society. Breaking with John Locke's belief in self-evident truths, Rousseau argues that society and law is the product of general will rather than enlightened reason.

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Book 1, Part 117:3810.0MB Download
Book 1, Part 220:3411.7MB Download
Book 2, Part 129:0616.6MB Download
Book 2, Part 231:3818.1MB Download
Book 3, Part 129:2816.8MB Download
Book 3, Part 226:2915.1MB Download
Book 3, Part 333:5319.3MB Download
Book 4, Part 137:4421.5MB Download
Book 4, Part 236:1620.7MB Download







Name:
Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Lived:
1712-1778

Birthplace:
Geneva, Switzerland

Fact:
Rousseau is interred in the Pantheon in Paris

Quote:
" I am not made like any of those I have seen; I venture to believe that I am not made like any of those who are in existence. If I am not better, at least I am different."

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