Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Politics, art, and autobiography

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John T. Scott
Taylor & Francis, 2006 - 529 pages
Bringing together critical assessments of the broad range of Rousseau's thought, with a particular emphasis on his political theory, this systematic collection is an essential resource for both student and scholar.
 

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Contents

Rousseau on Rameau and Revolution
25
The harmony between Rousseaus musical theory
57
Rousseaus political imagination 97 58 Rousseaus political imagination
97
Rousseau and the state of theater
139
an alternative reading of Rousseau 171 60 Integrity and politics an alternative reading of Rousseau
171
Rousseau and the case for and against censorship
201
Rousseaus images of authority
223
The worlds of La Nouvelle Héloïse
249
the fabrication of romantic
303
cultural authority gender and the novel
341
Rousseaus turn from discourses
363
Rousseaus happy days
383
the estheticoethical system
402
The perceptual metamorphosis of the solitary walker
430
Political philosophy and the genre of lives
462
Un monde idéal semblable au nôtre
505

Julie or the New Heloise
278

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