Rousseau's Legislator: Who Can Fill the Unique Role of the Law-Giver?
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This essay represents an initial attempt to fathom the wisdom of Jean Jacques Rousseau's literature. In reading Rousseau's numerous opinions and instructions, I found him difficult to understand. Consequently, I tried to understand his point of view more thoroughly by developing a feel for his background and personality. This information seemed helpful as it created a backdrop against which his motives could be explored when not immediately obvious from the text. However, the information presented in this paper comes almost exclusively from Rousseau's work and as such explores many of his own analogies and descriptions.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.