Rousseau and Kant on Law
Kant and Rousseau share many similar viewpoints regarding how laws should be created, but when it comes to the concept of law itself, they differ greatly. Both Rousseau and Kant agree that laws which are agreed by everyone within the state are the only which can be bound to. However they take very different paths in order to reach this agreement. Kant's universal law is his categorical imperative, whereas Rousseau's uses his general law in his sovereign.
<Tab/>According to Rousseau, the common good of all people that are entering into a social contract is the general will.…
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