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Jean-Jacques Rousseau

(1712—1778) French philosopher and writer


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James Swenson. On Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Considered as One of the First Authors of the Revolution. (Atopia: Philosophy, Political Thought, Aestetics.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2000. pp. xiii, 320. Cloth $55.00, paper $19.95

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Rousseau on Women, Love, and Family

Maurice Cranston. The Solitary Self: Jean-Jacques Rousseau in Exile and Adversity. Foreword by Sanford Lakoff. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 1997. Pp. xii, 247. $29.95

Medievalist Enlightenment from Charles Perrault to Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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The politics of the soul: the life and times of Jean-Jacques Rousseau1

Review: Jean‐Jacques Rousseau et la Révolution française: une esthétique de la politique, 1792–1799

Review: Jean‐Jacques Rousseau jugé par ses contemporains: du ‘Discours sur les sciences et les arts’ aux ‘Confessions’

ROUSSEAU, Jean Jacques (1712 - 1778), Painter, watercolourist, engraver, draughtsman

Rousseau, Jean Jacques (1712–78)

Rousseau, Jean Jacques (1712–78)

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(1712–78),

French philosopher: stays in London (Chiswick) 1765–6, Wootton (Staffordshire) 1766; visits Ellastone 1766; said to have stayed in Nuneham Courtenay 1767. La Nouvelle Héloïse 1761, Confessions 1781, 1788.

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