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  • Discourse on the Origin of Inequality
    In his essay, "What is the origin of inequality among men and is it authorized by the natural law?", Rousseau applied his view of the development of individuals to the development of society...

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  • Discourse on the Origin of Inequality
    Rousseau talks of man’s state of nature (nature of being) in the first and second sections of the first part of his discourse. The second part delves more into inequality by tying the state of...

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  • Discourse on the Origin of Inequality
    I have moved this question to this group because it is in the Discourse that Rousseau truly addresses the idea of the noble savage. To Rousseau, human nature is basically good. Rousseau believed...

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