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Papers On Political Theory (Page 27)
Rousseau, Hegel, & Marx – Opinions On The State Of
Nature :
A 6 page paper discussing Rousseau’s views
regarding the state of nature and comparing it with Marx and
Hegel’s rejection of the premise. The writer also examines
whether or not there is a comprise position between their
thoughts. Bibliography lists four sources. Roshegm.wps

Locke, Rousseau, & Marx : A 5 page paper that discusses
Locke's persepective on goverment especially in terms of the
right of man to property ownership, and presents the
opposing views of Rousseau and Marx. Though Marx's
perspectives are in direct opposition to Locke, Rousseau
offers a subtler argument challenging Locke's perspective,
based in the relationship between man and government.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Lockmarx.wps

Rousseau and Plato : A 5 page research paper on the effect of
Plato on Rousseau's ideas about the morality and social
worth of the theater. The writer details Plato's theories and
Rousseau's ideas. No bibliography. Rousseau.wps

Rousseau & Mill on Representation : A 4 page research
paper that examines the philosophies regarding
representation of Jean-Jacques Rousseau in his book The
Social Contract (1762) and John Stuart Mill a century later in
his work Considerations on Representative Government
(1861). The writer argues that although Rousseau's opinions
are appealing in their purity of purpose, he does not offer a
truly workable solution around his objections to
representational government. Mill, on the other hand, offers
concrete suggestions on how to implement his philosophical
outlook on representation; and, therefore, offers the more
convincing argument. Roumil.wps

Alienation / Comparing Rousseau’s And Marx’s Views :
This 5 page report discusses the concept of alienation and the
role it plays in the determination of political thought.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Alienvi.wps

The State And Market Economy According To Locke and
Rousseau :
This 8 page report discusses the opinions of John
Locke and Jean Jacques Rousseau as they viewed the state
and the market economy as two of the most important
institutions in society. Their ideas are compared and
contrasted. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Lockruss.wps

Authority To Punish According To Rousseau And Locke :
This 5 page report discusses the philosophies of John Locke
and Jean Jacques Rousseau in relationship to the authority of
the polity to punish criminal behavior. Bibliography lists 4
sources. Punishl.wps

Rousseau’s “The Social Contract” : A 5 page paper which
examines Rousseau’s famous assertion, “Man is born free yet
everywhere he’s in chains,” and evaluate how this claim is
legitimized in the treatise, The Social Contract.
Bibliography lists 2 sources. RousSC.wps

Theories Of Marx and Durkheim Compared : This 20 page
paper discusses the differences and similarities between the
two theorists. The thesis maintains that Marx looked at the
world in terms of hard concepts and was much more group
oriented than Durkheim who incorporated individualism.
Detailed discussions on sociological concepts dominate the
paper; concepts noted are anomie, alienation, social
stratification, capitalism and communism. Bibliography lists
13 sources. Marxdurk.wps

Marx & Durkheim In Modern Society : This 8 page essay
defines the work of the two great theorists while exploring
their possible views on contemporary issues. Both Marx and
Durkheim’s social, religious, and political lives are explored.
The concepts from each of the men are compared in an
analysis that culminates at a look at today’s issue of social
welfare system and the school voucher issue. Bibliography
lists 8 sources. Modsoci.wps

Marx & Durkheim In Modern Society Version # 2 :
This 3 page essay defines the work of the two great theorists
while exploring their possible views on contemporary issues.
Both Marx and Durkheim’s social, religious, and political
lives are explored. The concepts from each of the men are
compared in an analysis that culminates at a look at today’s
issue of social welfare. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

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