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Women in the french revolution introduction to the french revolutionWomen in the french revolution introduction to the french revolution
No police protection was available, and too many men were trying to take over their time-honored work. Looking at the economic contributions of women at this time, will be helpful to ascertain the hardships and concerns women endured
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Many philosophers have formed theories attempting to synthesize the organizing principles of civilized societyMany philosophers have formed theories attempting to synthesize the organizing principles of civilized society
Rousseau champions direct participatory government where the decision-making process is directly affected by the society's citizens. How is it possible that two political thinkers that began in the same place could veer so far apart from
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The politics ofThe politics of
Rousseau has to say, independent of his direct historical influence, because Rousseau presents problems of interpretation which political theorists have yet to resolve. He should be appreciated for his originality
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Phil 305/pols 370 Notes #8 Page Jean-Jacques RousseauPhil 305/pols 370 Notes #8 Page Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Rousseau was a political philosopher from Geneva who lived in France for most of his adult life
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