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Tag: "Rousseau"

Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778)

Graeme Garrard observes the life of a paradoxical revolutionary hero.
[Issue 90: May/June 2012: Brief Lives]

David et Jean-Jacques

Tim Madigan describes the original odd couple.
[Issue 83: March/April 2011: Food for Thought]

The Full Revelation of the Self: Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Birth of Deep Autobiography

Peter Abbs recounts how Rousseau undertook a psychological self-examination a century before psychoanalysis.
[Issue 68: July/August 2008: Psychology]

The Politics of Education

Judith Suissa considers the intersection of political philosophy and philosophy of education in Alan Bennett’s new film The History Boys.
[Issue 63: September/October 2007: Films]

Philosophy, Life and Philosophies of Life

Trudy Govier wonders whether the lives of Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Mary Wollstonecraft tell us anything useful about their ideas.
[Issue 49: January/February 2005: Articles]


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