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

Roger Masters
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Character Descriptions

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...

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