The First and Second Discourses: By Jean-Jacques Rousseau Character Descriptions

Roger Masters
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau

This person was a philosopher, novelist, and a composer whose writing led the way to the modern autobiography.

The Noble Savage

This is the belief that man lived in a state of happiness and peace while confining their desires to their most immediate needs.

The Poor

This group of people would be better off as savages.

The Rich

This group of people invented political power, but gave power to the state.

The Magistrate

This group of people includes bureaucrats who are legitimate when they rule with consent of the people.

Civil Society

This group is the mass of citizens.

Citizens

This person has virtue and is free through virtue.

Children

This group of people should be led or taught virtue in order to achieve freedom.

The Sovereign

This group of people are empowered and then centralize power so they can become despots.

Hobbes

This person argued...

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