Discourse On the Origin of Inequality

Citations

  1. ^ Peter Gay, "The Basic Political Writings of Jean Jacques Rousseau", Hackett Press, 1987, p. 25
  2. ^ Miller, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by Donald A. Cress ; introduced by James (1992). Discourse on the origin of inequality. Indianapolis: Hackett Pub.Co. ISBN 9780872201507. 
  3. ^ Robert C. Solomon (1992) The bully culture: enlightenment, romanticism, and the transcendental pretense, 1750-1850 pp.59-61 quotation:
    Rousseau argues, man's natural sentiment of self-esteem was coupled with another: pity, or the dislike of seeing fellow creatures in pain.
  4. ^ "Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Discours sur l’origine et les fondements de l’inégalité parmi les hommes. Discours sur les sciences et les arts. Paris : GF Flammarion, 1992. p. 158ff. "un être agissant toujours par des principes certains et invariables".

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