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The Social Contract & Discourses

By Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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  • THE SOCIAL CONTRACT & DISCOURSES
    • BY
    • JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU
      • EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY
        • EDITED BY ERNEST RHYS
        • PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
        • ROUSSEAU'S
        • SOCIAL CONTRACT, ETC.
        • TRANSLATED WITH INTRODUCTION
        • FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE,
        • OXFORD
        • INTRODUCTION
        • A NOTE ON BOOKS
        • BIBLIOGRAPHY
        • CONTENTS
      • EDITED BY ERNEST RHYS
      • PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
      • ROUSSEAU'S
      • SOCIAL CONTRACT, ETC.
      • TRANSLATED WITH INTRODUCTION
      • FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE,
      • OXFORD
      • INTRODUCTION
      • A NOTE ON BOOKS
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • CONTENTS
      • THE SOCIAL CONTRACT
        • PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL
        • RIGHT
        • Fœderis æquas
        • Dicamus leges. (Vergil, Æneid XI.)
        • BOOK I
        • SUBJECT OF THE FIRST BOOK
        • THE FIRST SOCIETIES
        • THE RIGHT OF THE STRONGEST
        • SLAVERY
        • THAT WE MUST ALWAYS GO BACK TO A FIRST CONVENTION
        • THE SOCIAL COMPACT
        • THE SOVEREIGN
        • THE CIVIL STATE
        • REAL PROPERTY
        • BOOK II
        • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INALIENABLE
        • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INDIVISIBLE
        • WHETHER THE GENERAL WILL IS FALLIBLE
        • THE LIMITS OF THE SOVEREIGN POWER
        • THE RIGHT OF LIFE AND DEATH
        • LAW
        • THE LEGISLATOR
        • THE PEOPLE
        • THE PEOPLE (continued)
        • THE PEOPLE (continued)
        • THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS OF LEGISLATION
        • THE DIVISION OF THE LAWS
        • BOOK III
        • GOVERNMENT IN GENERAL
        • THE CONSTITUENT PRINCIPLE IN THE VARIOUS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT
        • THE DIVISION OF GOVERNMENTS
        • DEMOCRACY
        • ARISTOCRACY
        • MONARCHY
        • MIXED GOVERNMENTS
        • THAT ALL FORMS OF GOVERNMENT DO NOT SUIT ALL COUNTRIES
        • THE MARKS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT
        • THE ABUSE OF GOVERNMENT AND ITS TENDENCY TO DEGENERATE
        • THE DEATH OF THE BODY POLITIC
        • HOW THE SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY MAINTAINS ITSELF
        • THE SAME (continued)
        • THE SAME (continued)
        • DEPUTIES OR REPRESENTATIVES
        • THAT THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT IS NOT A CONTRACT
        • THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT
        • HOW TO CHECK THE USURPATIONS OF GOVERNMENT
        • BOOK IV
        • THAT THE GENERAL WILL IS INDESTRUCTIBLE
        • VOTING
        • ELECTIONS
        • THE ROMAN COMITIA
        • THE TRIBUNATE
        • THE DICTATORSHIP
        • THE CENSORSHIP
        • CIVIL RELIGION
        • CONCLUSION
        • A DISCOURSE
        • HAS THE RESTORATION OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES HAD A PURIFYING EFFECT UPON MORALS?
        • MORAL EFFECTS OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES
        • THE FIRST PART
        • THE SECOND PART
        • A DISCOURSE
        • WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF INEQUALITY AMONG MEN, AND IS IT AUTHORISED BY NATURAL LAW?
        • PREFACE
        • A DISSERTATION
        • ON THE ORIGIN AND FOUNDATION OF THE INEQUALITY OF MANKIND
        • THE FIRST PART
        • THE SECOND PART
        • APPENDIX[1]
        • A DISCOURSE ON POLITICAL ECONOMY
      • PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL
      • RIGHT
      • Fœderis æquas
      • Dicamus leges. (Vergil, Æneid XI.)
      • BOOK I
      • SUBJECT OF THE FIRST BOOK
      • THE FIRST SOCIETIES
      • THE RIGHT OF THE STRONGEST
      • SLAVERY
      • THAT WE MUST ALWAYS GO BACK TO A FIRST CONVENTION
      • THE SOCIAL COMPACT
      • THE SOVEREIGN
      • THE CIVIL STATE
      • REAL PROPERTY
      • BOOK II
      • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INALIENABLE
      • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INDIVISIBLE
      • WHETHER THE GENERAL WILL IS FALLIBLE
      • THE LIMITS OF THE SOVEREIGN POWER
      • THE RIGHT OF LIFE AND DEATH
      • LAW
      • THE LEGISLATOR
      • THE PEOPLE
      • THE PEOPLE (continued)
      • THE PEOPLE (continued)
      • THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS OF LEGISLATION
      • THE DIVISION OF THE LAWS
      • BOOK III
      • GOVERNMENT IN GENERAL
      • THE CONSTITUENT PRINCIPLE IN THE VARIOUS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT
      • THE DIVISION OF GOVERNMENTS
      • DEMOCRACY
      • ARISTOCRACY
      • MONARCHY
      • MIXED GOVERNMENTS
      • THAT ALL FORMS OF GOVERNMENT DO NOT SUIT ALL COUNTRIES
      • THE MARKS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT
      • THE ABUSE OF GOVERNMENT AND ITS TENDENCY TO DEGENERATE
      • THE DEATH OF THE BODY POLITIC
      • HOW THE SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY MAINTAINS ITSELF
      • THE SAME (continued)
      • THE SAME (continued)
      • DEPUTIES OR REPRESENTATIVES
      • THAT THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT IS NOT A CONTRACT
      • THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT
      • HOW TO CHECK THE USURPATIONS OF GOVERNMENT
      • BOOK IV
      • THAT THE GENERAL WILL IS INDESTRUCTIBLE
      • VOTING
      • ELECTIONS
      • THE ROMAN COMITIA
      • THE TRIBUNATE
      • THE DICTATORSHIP
      • THE CENSORSHIP
      • CIVIL RELIGION
      • CONCLUSION
      • A DISCOURSE
      • HAS THE RESTORATION OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES HAD A PURIFYING EFFECT UPON MORALS?
      • MORAL EFFECTS OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES
      • THE FIRST PART
      • THE SECOND PART
      • A DISCOURSE
      • WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF INEQUALITY AMONG MEN, AND IS IT AUTHORISED BY NATURAL LAW?
      • PREFACE
      • A DISSERTATION
      • ON THE ORIGIN AND FOUNDATION OF THE INEQUALITY OF MANKIND
      • THE FIRST PART
      • THE SECOND PART
      • APPENDIX[1]
      • A DISCOURSE ON POLITICAL ECONOMY
    • EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY
      • EDITED BY ERNEST RHYS
      • PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
      • ROUSSEAU'S
      • SOCIAL CONTRACT, ETC.
      • TRANSLATED WITH INTRODUCTION
      • FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE,
      • OXFORD
      • INTRODUCTION
      • A NOTE ON BOOKS
      • BIBLIOGRAPHY
      • CONTENTS
    • EDITED BY ERNEST RHYS
    • PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
    • ROUSSEAU'S
    • SOCIAL CONTRACT, ETC.
    • TRANSLATED WITH INTRODUCTION
    • FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE,
    • OXFORD
    • INTRODUCTION
    • A NOTE ON BOOKS
    • BIBLIOGRAPHY
    • CONTENTS
    • THE SOCIAL CONTRACT
      • PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL
      • RIGHT
      • Fœderis æquas
      • Dicamus leges. (Vergil, Æneid XI.)
      • BOOK I
      • SUBJECT OF THE FIRST BOOK
      • THE FIRST SOCIETIES
      • THE RIGHT OF THE STRONGEST
      • SLAVERY
      • THAT WE MUST ALWAYS GO BACK TO A FIRST CONVENTION
      • THE SOCIAL COMPACT
      • THE SOVEREIGN
      • THE CIVIL STATE
      • REAL PROPERTY
      • BOOK II
      • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INALIENABLE
      • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INDIVISIBLE
      • WHETHER THE GENERAL WILL IS FALLIBLE
      • THE LIMITS OF THE SOVEREIGN POWER
      • THE RIGHT OF LIFE AND DEATH
      • LAW
      • THE LEGISLATOR
      • THE PEOPLE
      • THE PEOPLE (continued)
      • THE PEOPLE (continued)
      • THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS OF LEGISLATION
      • THE DIVISION OF THE LAWS
      • BOOK III
      • GOVERNMENT IN GENERAL
      • THE CONSTITUENT PRINCIPLE IN THE VARIOUS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT
      • THE DIVISION OF GOVERNMENTS
      • DEMOCRACY
      • ARISTOCRACY
      • MONARCHY
      • MIXED GOVERNMENTS
      • THAT ALL FORMS OF GOVERNMENT DO NOT SUIT ALL COUNTRIES
      • THE MARKS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT
      • THE ABUSE OF GOVERNMENT AND ITS TENDENCY TO DEGENERATE
      • THE DEATH OF THE BODY POLITIC
      • HOW THE SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY MAINTAINS ITSELF
      • THE SAME (continued)
      • THE SAME (continued)
      • DEPUTIES OR REPRESENTATIVES
      • THAT THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT IS NOT A CONTRACT
      • THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT
      • HOW TO CHECK THE USURPATIONS OF GOVERNMENT
      • BOOK IV
      • THAT THE GENERAL WILL IS INDESTRUCTIBLE
      • VOTING
      • ELECTIONS
      • THE ROMAN COMITIA
      • THE TRIBUNATE
      • THE DICTATORSHIP
      • THE CENSORSHIP
      • CIVIL RELIGION
      • CONCLUSION
      • A DISCOURSE
      • HAS THE RESTORATION OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES HAD A PURIFYING EFFECT UPON MORALS?
      • MORAL EFFECTS OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES
      • THE FIRST PART
      • THE SECOND PART
      • A DISCOURSE
      • WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF INEQUALITY AMONG MEN, AND IS IT AUTHORISED BY NATURAL LAW?
      • PREFACE
      • A DISSERTATION
      • ON THE ORIGIN AND FOUNDATION OF THE INEQUALITY OF MANKIND
      • THE FIRST PART
      • THE SECOND PART
      • APPENDIX[1]
      • A DISCOURSE ON POLITICAL ECONOMY
    • PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL
    • RIGHT
    • Fœderis æquas
    • Dicamus leges. (Vergil, Æneid XI.)
    • BOOK I
    • SUBJECT OF THE FIRST BOOK
    • THE FIRST SOCIETIES
    • THE RIGHT OF THE STRONGEST
    • SLAVERY
    • THAT WE MUST ALWAYS GO BACK TO A FIRST CONVENTION
    • THE SOCIAL COMPACT
    • THE SOVEREIGN
    • THE CIVIL STATE
    • REAL PROPERTY
    • BOOK II
    • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INALIENABLE
    • THAT SOVEREIGNTY IS INDIVISIBLE
    • WHETHER THE GENERAL WILL IS FALLIBLE
    • THE LIMITS OF THE SOVEREIGN POWER
    • THE RIGHT OF LIFE AND DEATH
    • LAW
    • THE LEGISLATOR
    • THE PEOPLE
    • THE PEOPLE (continued)
    • THE PEOPLE (continued)
    • THE VARIOUS SYSTEMS OF LEGISLATION
    • THE DIVISION OF THE LAWS
    • BOOK III
    • GOVERNMENT IN GENERAL
    • THE CONSTITUENT PRINCIPLE IN THE VARIOUS FORMS OF GOVERNMENT
    • THE DIVISION OF GOVERNMENTS
    • DEMOCRACY
    • ARISTOCRACY
    • MONARCHY
    • MIXED GOVERNMENTS
    • THAT ALL FORMS OF GOVERNMENT DO NOT SUIT ALL COUNTRIES
    • THE MARKS OF A GOOD GOVERNMENT
    • THE ABUSE OF GOVERNMENT AND ITS TENDENCY TO DEGENERATE
    • THE DEATH OF THE BODY POLITIC
    • HOW THE SOVEREIGN AUTHORITY MAINTAINS ITSELF
    • THE SAME (continued)
    • THE SAME (continued)
    • DEPUTIES OR REPRESENTATIVES
    • THAT THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT IS NOT A CONTRACT
    • THE INSTITUTION OF GOVERNMENT
    • HOW TO CHECK THE USURPATIONS OF GOVERNMENT
    • BOOK IV
    • THAT THE GENERAL WILL IS INDESTRUCTIBLE
    • VOTING
    • ELECTIONS
    • THE ROMAN COMITIA
    • THE TRIBUNATE
    • THE DICTATORSHIP
    • THE CENSORSHIP
    • CIVIL RELIGION
    • CONCLUSION
    • A DISCOURSE
    • HAS THE RESTORATION OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES HAD A PURIFYING EFFECT UPON MORALS?
    • MORAL EFFECTS OF THE ARTS AND SCIENCES
    • THE FIRST PART
    • THE SECOND PART
    • A DISCOURSE
    • WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF INEQUALITY AMONG MEN, AND IS IT AUTHORISED BY NATURAL LAW?
    • PREFACE
    • A DISSERTATION
    • ON THE ORIGIN AND FOUNDATION OF THE INEQUALITY OF MANKIND
    • THE FIRST PART
    • THE SECOND PART
    • APPENDIX[1]
    • A DISCOURSE ON POLITICAL ECONOMY
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