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The First and Second Discourses: By Jean-Jacques Rousseau Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

Roger Masters
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Essay Topics

In an essay, compare the philosophical teachings of Rousseau, Hobbes, and Locke to discuss the similarities and differences. Use secondary sources to support your discussion.

In the Preface, Rousseau quotes Aristotle and says "What is natural has to be investigated not in begins that are depraved, but in those that are good according to nature." In an essay, discuss the idea of nature and how it may justify inequality. Use the text to support your discussion.

The theme of corruption is prominent and is closely related to nature. In an essay, define corruption, discuss its effects on mankind, and relate them to the types of corruption which Rousseau discusses. Use the text to support your discussion.

In an essay, discuss how needs are the driving force behind modern society and the results of such needs. Use the text to support your discussion.

In an essay, Rousseau discusses how...

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