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作       者:Rousseau, Jean Jacques

出  版  社:Free Press

出版时间:2010-06-15

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所属分类: 人文社科 > 哲学/宗教 > 哲学

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In Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Discourses on the Origin of Inequality, he outlines his own history of the development of human society. He explains in general terms how the differences between social and economic classes arose alongside the formation of modern states. He also explores the means by which these inequalities were actually built into and perpetuated by the foundational notions of modern society and government. Rather than endorse a return to the peaceful ways of pre-modern human beings, Rousseau addresses these inequalities in his seminal work, The Social Contract. Rousseau does not see government as an inherently corrupting influence, and he makes very clear and precise recommendations about how the state can and should protect the equality and character of its citizens.
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Cover

Title Page

Copyright Page

Contents

Introduction

Note On The Translation

The Social Contract

Foreword

Book I Contains an inquiry why man passes from the state of nature to the civil state, and what are the essential conditions of the compact

I Subject Of The First Book

II Of The First Societies

III Of The Right Of The Strongest

IV Of Slavery

V That We Must Always Go Back To A First Convention

VI Of The Social Compact

VII Of The Sovereign

VIII Of The Civil State

IX Of Real Property

Book II Treats of legislation

I That Sovereignty Is Inalienable

II That Sovereignty Is Indivisible

III Whether The General Will Can Err

IV Of The Limits Of The Sovereign Power

V Of The Right Of Life And Death

VI Of The Law

VII Of The Legislator

VIII Of The People

IX Of The People—Continued

X Of The People—Continued

XI Of The Different Systems Of Legislation

XII Of The Division Of The Laws

Book III Treats Of Political Laws, That Is, Of The Form Of Government

I Of Government In General

II Of The Principles Which Constitute The Different Forms Of Government

III Of The Division Of Governments

IV Of Democracy

V Of Aristocracy

VI Of Monarchy

VII Of Mixed Governments

VIII That Every Form Of Government Would Not Be Proper In Every Country

IX Of The Signs Of A Good Government

X Of The Abuse Of Government And Its Propensity To Degenerate

XI Of The Death Of The Body Politic

XII How The Sovereign Authority Is Maintained

XIII How The Sovereign Authority Is Maintained—Continued

XIV How The Sovereign Authority Is Maintained—Continued

XV Of Deputies Or Representatives

XVI That The Institution Of Government Is Not A Contract

XVII Of The Institution Of Government

XVIII The Means Of Preventing The Usurpations Of Government

Book IV In Continuing To Treat Of Political Laws, The Means Of Strengthening The Constitution Of The State Are Pointed Out

I That The General Will Cannot Be Destroyed

II Of Suffrage

III Of Elections

IV Of The Roman Comitia

V Of The Tribuneship

VI Of The Dictatorship

VII Of The Censorship

VIII Of Civil Religion

IX Conclusion

Selected Bibliography

Index

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