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Title: Roussau

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Subject: Social Issues
Author: Connie L
Date: May 13, 2016
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If a civil society, or state, could be based on a genuine social contract, as opposed to the fraudulent social contract, men would receive in exchange for their independence a better kind of freedom, namely true political, or republican, liberty. According to Rousseau, such liberty is to be found in obedience to a self-imposed law...

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According to Rousseau, such liberty is to be found in obedience to a self-imposed law. Civil society, as Rousseau describes it, comes into being to serve two purposes: to provide peace for everyone and to ensure the right to property for anyone lucky enough to have possessions. He writes, "What he gives is the whole man as he then is, with all his qualities of strength and power"(Rousseau 50)...

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