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Few men have had an impact on literature, morality, philosophy, education, sociology, and politics equal to that of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The decisive influence of Rousseau is evident in the writings of both revolutionaries of the period and their adversaries. This collection contains 35 works central to an understanding of the all-pervasive influence of Rousseau on the intellectual history of the period.
This collection does not include the works of Rousseau himself, but those of authors influenced by him, such as Aubert de Vitry, Billaud-Varenne, Fauchet, Guinguene, Morisse, Salaville and Stael. Please inquire for a complete title list.
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