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Jean-Jacques Rousseau's famous work The Social Contract, published in French. Rousseau's main concern in this title is finding a way to preserve individual freedom from the increasingly dependent consumer society. Rousseau was an important figure in Western philosophy, but the emphasis he placed on emotion and feeling led to his distinction as a forerunner of the Romantic era as well. His contributions to music, botany and the memoir also played a fundamental role in the shaping of Romanticism.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2013
December 5
LANGUAGE
FR
French
LENGTH
363
Pages
PUBLISHER
BiblioLife
SELLER
Creative Media, LLC
SIZE
117.4
MB

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