The Challenge of Rousseau.

By: Grace, EveContributor(s): Kelly, ChristopherMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012Description: 1 online resource (344 p.)ISBN: 9781139842532Subject(s): Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Challenge of RousseauDDC classification: 194 LOC classification: B2137 .C43 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; The Challenge of Rousseau; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; PART I: POLITICS AND ECONOMICS; 1 Rousseau and the Illustrious Montesquieu; PURITY AND CORRUPTION; COMMERCE; CONCLUSION; 2 Political Economy and Individual Liberty; PROPERTY RIGHTS AND GOVERNMENT'S FOUNDATIONS; THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT; FROM POLITICAL PRACTICE TO POLITICAL THEORY; CONCLUSION; PART II: SCIENCE AND EPISTEMOLOGY; 3 The Presence of Sciences in Rousseau's Trajectory and Works; AN AMATEUR SCIENTIST IN ENLIGHTENMENT CULTURE
Reading and Writing ScienceLearning and Teaching Chemistry; Exchanging Views and Specimens of Plants; THE MARK OF SCIENCE ON ROUSSEAU'S PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS; A Critical Practitioner of Science; Scientific Paradigms in Rousseau's Conceptual Inventions; Science, Morality, and Politics: The Meaning of the Discours sur Les Sciences et Les Arts; 4 Epistemology and Political Perception in the Case of Rousseau; I; II; III; IV; V; VI; VII; VIII; IX; PART III: THE MODERN OR CLASSICAL, THEOLOGICAL OR PHILOSOPHICAL, FOUNDATIONS OF ROUSSEAU'S SYSTEM; 5 On the Intention of Rousseau; I; II; III; IV; V; VI
6 On Strauss on Rousseau7 Built on Sand: Moral Law in Rousseau's Second Discourse; THE NECESSITY OF RETURNING TO THE STATE OF NATURE; COMPASSION; SELF-INTEREST PRECISELY UNDERSTOOD; LOVE OF ORDER OR SOCIABILITY; "THE LAW WE HAVE RECEIVED"; THE DIFFICULTIES SURROUNDING THIS QUESTION; PERFECTIBILITY; THE RULE OF REASON ALONE; CONUNDRUMS OF "LOVE OF ORDER"; 8 Rousseau and Pascal; PART IV: ROUSSEAU AS EDUCATOR AND LEGISLATOR; 9 The Measure of the Possible: Imagination in Rousseau's Philosophical Pedagogy; I; II; III; IV; 10 Rousseau's French Revolution
CHANGING PUBLIC OPINION: THE SOCIAL CONTRACTCHANGING PUBLIC OPINION: THE LETTER TO D'ALEMBERT; CONCLUSION; 11 Rousseau's Challenge to Locke (and to Us); SOBRIETY VERSUS AUTHENTICITY: THE LOCKEAN REJECTION OF ROUSSEAU; "THAT WHICH COMES NEAREST" TO REASON: ESTEEM AND DISGRACE IN THE THOUGHTS; "BECAUSE IT IS BAD TO DO, ETC.": LOCKE'S PREMATURE INTRODUCTION OF MORALITY; HIS "HAUGHTY HEAD": PUTTING EMILE IN HIS PLACE; "THAT WILL PUT INTEREST IN HIS OCCUPATIONS": COMPETITION; "THE RELATIVE 'I' IS CONSTANTLY IN PLAY": EMILE AS ADOLESCENT
"AFTER LOCKE'S BOOK, MY SUBJECT WAS ENTIRELY FRESH": ROUSSEAU'S CHALLENGE12 Stalking Puer Robustus: Hobbes and Rousseau on the Origin of Human Malice; HOBBES ON HUMAN POWER; Puer Robustus in Hobbes's De Cive; Puer Robustus in Rousseau's Second Discourse; Puer Robustus in Emile; TOWARD A NEW TELEOLOGY OF NATURE; Puer Robustus and the "Goal" of Emile's Education; PART V: UNEASE, HAPPINESS, AND DEATH; 13 Rousseau's Unease with Locke's Uneasiness; UNEASINESS IN LOCKE; ROUSSEAU'S UNEASINESS; SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS AND DESIRE IN ROUSSEAU'S PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY; INTIMATIONS OF HAPPINESS IN ROUSSEAU
A HAPPY ENDING?
Summary: The essays in this volume focus on Rousseau's genuine yet undervalued stature as a philosopher.
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Cover; The Challenge of Rousseau; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; PART I: POLITICS AND ECONOMICS; 1 Rousseau and the Illustrious Montesquieu; PURITY AND CORRUPTION; COMMERCE; CONCLUSION; 2 Political Economy and Individual Liberty; PROPERTY RIGHTS AND GOVERNMENT'S FOUNDATIONS; THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT; FROM POLITICAL PRACTICE TO POLITICAL THEORY; CONCLUSION; PART II: SCIENCE AND EPISTEMOLOGY; 3 The Presence of Sciences in Rousseau's Trajectory and Works; AN AMATEUR SCIENTIST IN ENLIGHTENMENT CULTURE

Reading and Writing ScienceLearning and Teaching Chemistry; Exchanging Views and Specimens of Plants; THE MARK OF SCIENCE ON ROUSSEAU'S PHILOSOPHICAL WORKS; A Critical Practitioner of Science; Scientific Paradigms in Rousseau's Conceptual Inventions; Science, Morality, and Politics: The Meaning of the Discours sur Les Sciences et Les Arts; 4 Epistemology and Political Perception in the Case of Rousseau; I; II; III; IV; V; VI; VII; VIII; IX; PART III: THE MODERN OR CLASSICAL, THEOLOGICAL OR PHILOSOPHICAL, FOUNDATIONS OF ROUSSEAU'S SYSTEM; 5 On the Intention of Rousseau; I; II; III; IV; V; VI

6 On Strauss on Rousseau7 Built on Sand: Moral Law in Rousseau's Second Discourse; THE NECESSITY OF RETURNING TO THE STATE OF NATURE; COMPASSION; SELF-INTEREST PRECISELY UNDERSTOOD; LOVE OF ORDER OR SOCIABILITY; "THE LAW WE HAVE RECEIVED"; THE DIFFICULTIES SURROUNDING THIS QUESTION; PERFECTIBILITY; THE RULE OF REASON ALONE; CONUNDRUMS OF "LOVE OF ORDER"; 8 Rousseau and Pascal; PART IV: ROUSSEAU AS EDUCATOR AND LEGISLATOR; 9 The Measure of the Possible: Imagination in Rousseau's Philosophical Pedagogy; I; II; III; IV; 10 Rousseau's French Revolution

CHANGING PUBLIC OPINION: THE SOCIAL CONTRACTCHANGING PUBLIC OPINION: THE LETTER TO D'ALEMBERT; CONCLUSION; 11 Rousseau's Challenge to Locke (and to Us); SOBRIETY VERSUS AUTHENTICITY: THE LOCKEAN REJECTION OF ROUSSEAU; "THAT WHICH COMES NEAREST" TO REASON: ESTEEM AND DISGRACE IN THE THOUGHTS; "BECAUSE IT IS BAD TO DO, ETC.": LOCKE'S PREMATURE INTRODUCTION OF MORALITY; HIS "HAUGHTY HEAD": PUTTING EMILE IN HIS PLACE; "THAT WILL PUT INTEREST IN HIS OCCUPATIONS": COMPETITION; "THE RELATIVE 'I' IS CONSTANTLY IN PLAY": EMILE AS ADOLESCENT

"AFTER LOCKE'S BOOK, MY SUBJECT WAS ENTIRELY FRESH": ROUSSEAU'S CHALLENGE12 Stalking Puer Robustus: Hobbes and Rousseau on the Origin of Human Malice; HOBBES ON HUMAN POWER; Puer Robustus in Hobbes's De Cive; Puer Robustus in Rousseau's Second Discourse; Puer Robustus in Emile; TOWARD A NEW TELEOLOGY OF NATURE; Puer Robustus and the "Goal" of Emile's Education; PART V: UNEASE, HAPPINESS, AND DEATH; 13 Rousseau's Unease with Locke's Uneasiness; UNEASINESS IN LOCKE; ROUSSEAU'S UNEASINESS; SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS AND DESIRE IN ROUSSEAU'S PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY; INTIMATIONS OF HAPPINESS IN ROUSSEAU

A HAPPY ENDING?

The essays in this volume focus on Rousseau's genuine yet undervalued stature as a philosopher.

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