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Rousseau on Slavery
Jean Jacques Rousseau led a turbulent life. His mother died at his birth and his father deserted him shortly thereafter. Running from one set of friends to another as a young man he did settle long enough to do some serious writing from time to time. The Social Contract is considered one of his best works. This essay describes the relationship of man with society. Contrary to his earlier work, Rousseau claimed that the state of nature is "brutish condition without law or morality, and that there are good men only a result of society's presence.…
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