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Rousseau's Response To Descartes ‘Dream Demon’ :
A 4 page paper that argues against Rousseau's perceptions of
Descartes "dream demon", his belief that man can not
distinguish between reality and dream and must, therefore, not
base the development of reason on reality. Rousseau's
pragmatic belief that man has no reason to believe their are no
physical objects and good reason to believe that there are
physical objects consists of faulty logic. No additional sources
cited. Rousdesc.wps

Rousseau -- First and Second Discourses / A Return to the
Past :
A 5 page paper that supports Rousseau's arguments for a
return to the past based in his First and Second Discourses.
This paper provides an overview of Rousseau's perceptions of
society, including the new focus on knowledge, and
demonstrates the way these perceptions developed his belief to
move back to the past and a religious focus on morality.
The primary source is cited. Rousseau.rtf

Russell vs. Descartes’ Dream Demon : A 4 page paper
describing Russell's reactions to Descartes "dream demon" and
his belief that Descartes' reasoning in regards to existence and
doubt is faulty. This paper presents Russell's belief, in
contrast, that sense-data supports the existence of the physical
object, and that doubt, though it is possible, is not probable. No
additional sources cited. Descruss.wps

Rousseau’s “La Nouvelle Heloise” (Julie) : An 8 page paper
that discusses Rousseau's sentimental look at the roles dictated
by society for men and women according to Enlightenment
views with a Rousseau twist. His focus is on the “nature” of
the human male and how those needs are to be filled through
the “nature” of women for the good of society as a whole. The
writers argues that the antiquated views postulated by
Rousseau through his novel are still being debated today. No
additional sources cited. Rousjuli.wps

"Jean-Jacques Rousseau / Transparency and Obstruction"
by Jean Starobinski :
An 8 page paper that considers the
importance of Starobinski perceptions in presenting the life and
philosophies of Rousseau. No additional sources cited.

The Life of Jean Jacques Rousseau : This 8 page paper
discusses the 18th century French philosopher, Jean Jacques
Rousseau, whose writings inspired the leaders of the French
Revolution. Rousseau greatly influenced came to be known as
the Romantic generation. He was a social and political theorist,
musician, botanist, and is still thought to be one of the most
eloquent writers of the Age of Enlightenment. Bibliography
lists 7 sources. Jeanjacq.wps

Rousseau’s “Emile” : This 5 page report the book “Emile” by
18th century philosopher and writer Jean Jacques Rousseau.
Rousseau’s principle that man is “naturally good” is expounded
on in “Emile.” No additional sources cited. Emile2.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

Rousseau and Burke on Property : Edmund Burke and Jean
Jacques Rousseau were contemporaries during the period of the
French revolution who were on opposite sides of the
philosophical battleground concerning the system of titled
property that had been at the foundation of the revolt. Burke
favored monarchy and defended established religion. His
belief in property was based on the assumption that
perpetuating property through the aristocratic families was the
best way to perpetuate society. Rousseau was not a much an
advocate of the Revolution as a believer that the individual had
inalienable rights that entitled him to acquire property through
personal endeavor, and that the inherent compassion of human
nature would serve to regulate the evils thought, by Burke, to
gain ascendancy if the current system should fall. This 7 page
paper examines the positions each man took on the issue of
property. Rousseau's position can be found within his
Discourse On The Origins Of Inequality, while Burke presents
his argument in his Reflections On The Revolution In France.
No additional sources are listed. KTpropty.wps

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