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The Social Contract
   was written by   
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Stressed amour-propre, or Self-Worth.
1762
      
Jean-Jacques Rousseau Published The Social Contract
One of the important sources in the development of the American Constitution
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   lifespan was   
1712-1778
Swiss philosopher of the Enlightenment
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Confessions
1781; roughly modeled on Augustine's autobiography
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   was born in   
Geneva, Switzerland
1712-1778. He was the most important writer of the Age of Reason
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Julie; Or, the New Eloise
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
The Social Contract
1762, influential in the development of the US Constitution
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Reveries of the Solitary Walker
1782; unfinished work of observations and autobiographical anecdotes
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Julie, or the New Héloïse
Epistolary love novel, 1761
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Émile: Or, on Education
1762; tackles fundamental political and philosophical questions about the relationship between the individual and society
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
   wrote   
Reveries of a Solitary Walker
1782, unfinished; autobiographical anecdotes contained in ten "walks"






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