Objects & Places from The First and Second Discourses: By Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Roger Masters
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Modern Times - This period involves civilization, inequality, slavery and pain.

Ancient Times - This period had little inequality, civilization, and slavery.

The State of Nature - This is the home of the noble savage who considered personal needs in order to survive, but is driven to seek good and avoid causing harm to others.

The Modern State - This is created by the rich to protect property acquired from the revolt of the poor.

The General Will - This is the idea that men live under tyranny, but freedom is available.

Tyranny and Slavery - These are products of a modern state.

Private Property - This was generated when some were tricked into respecting the possessions of others.

Bureaucracy - This is run by magistrates and dominates everyone.

Arts and Sciences - This is believed to corrupt human morality.

Natural Inequality - This is the product...

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