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Rousseau and His Political Theory - Theory of General Will
Rousseau's theory of the General Will seeks to create a "public person", rather a society where all individuals are members of one body to create laws that serve everyone's good equally. The idea consists of basically giving oneself without reservation to the community which enables one to retain his freedom and security. The conditions of the General Will consist of no rich or poor, so that everyone is equal, no partial associations so that a common interest is maintained. It will also encourage people's loyalty to seek out the general interest by creating public education to teach people about the benefits of the General Will, a civil religion aswell as censorship to point out expressions that were contrary to the General Will. …
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