A Discourse on Inequality Character Descriptions

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau - This person is an essayist, composer, novelist and philosopher. This character's work influenced the French Revolution, French education and helped to produce the genre of modern autobiography and the French romantic novel.

The Noble Savage - This individual is an ideal of primitive man, more like a beast, and in some ways superior.

The Poor - This group of people is ruthlessly oppressed by the rich and the state, and better off as savages according to the author.

The Rich - This group of people needs the state to protect their property, and the state rules them as a result.

The Magistrate - This person is a bureaucratic official only legitimate when he rules according to the General Will.

Civil Society - This group of citizens uses political order to improve its condition.

Citizens - This group of individuals must have virtue in...

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