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A collection of inspiring political philosophy which helped define the Enlightenment.
As one of the most influential philosophers and thinkers of the mid-18th century, Jean-Jacques Rousseau left behind a powerful and commanding legacy which helped shape great events including the Enlightenment and the French Revolution. His ideas on humanity, civil society, and democracy have made him a leading figure in modern political and philosophical thought.
Exploring two of his most famous and influential works, this collection reveals Rousseau’s timeless insights and theories, offering listeners a unique glimpse into the past and the knowledge of a time long past.
Inside this collection, you’ll discover:
- The Social Contract, which offers a powerful look at sovereignty and the right to govern, challenging the idea of Monarchy and inspiring sweeping reforms across Europe
- Discourse on the Origin and the Foundations of Inequality Among Men, a thought-provoking book which examines human nature, inequality, and the role of property in civil society
No less inspirational and enlightening now than when they were first written, these books have solidified Jean-Jacques Rousseau as a central figure in the evolution of society and our endless march to a more free, fair, and democratic way of living.
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