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  • (1669), John Evelyn's diary (1697), Confessions (Jean-Jacques Rousseau) (1782) by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Histoire de ma vie (Story of my Life, 1794) by
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  • Adolescents Anderson, L. (2014). Review of 'The Educational Theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau'. EBSCO HOST, 3(9), 531-533). doi: 10.1037/h0068768.Chang, M. (2007)
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  • Laclos: Les Liaisons Dangereuses Montesquieu: the Persian Letters Jean Jacques Rousseau: the Confessions, the Social Contract: the Discourse on Inequality
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  • Section heading right Reading Assignments Thomas Hobbes John Locke Jean Jacques Rousseau Global politics Development of International Human Rights and Humanitarian
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  • century this belief was common amongst naturalists, with the likes of Jean-Jacques Rousseau asserting human beings possessed a core morality that was inherent
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  • explanation of human unhappiness or discontent Freud never refers to Jean Jacques Rousseau, because the Austrian psychiatrist did not deal with morality, such
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  • education can be traced as far back as to the works of John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with both being respectively known as paternal forerunners to the
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  • (1713-1784) & the Encyclopedia a. Encyclopedia (1751-1776) e. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) & the Social Contract a. Discourse on the Arts & Sciences
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  • predispose to killing. Writing between Locke and Marx, echoing Hobbes, Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) in The Social Contract presents the theory of a ‚Äúsocial
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