SOME OF ENLIGHTENMENTPHILOSOPHERS1.Hobbes2.Locke3.Monstesquieu4.Rousseau
JEAN JACQUES ROUSSEAU(1712-1778)TRADITIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY born in Geneva, Swizerland on June 28, 1712 second son of Isaac Rousseau and Susanne Bernard(who died a week after he was born His family was a pious Calvinist and refugees of France Lives of Plutarch
Louise de Waren- who supported him to his education and give maternal love1742-he went to Paris to be a musuian and composerTherese Levasseur-became his lifelong companion1750-published Discourse on the Arts and SciencesLe Devin du Village (The Village of Soothsayer)- his opera
1753-discourse on the Inequality Among Men1756-Mme. D’epinay1757-Montmorency1761-Julie or The New Heloise1762-The Social ContractJudge of Jean Jacques and the Reveries of the Solitary Walker
July 03, 1778-when he diedThe Confessions: Roussea’s AutobiographyCondillac and Diderot-became his friend philosophers
THE DISCOURSES Discourse on the Science and Arts Discourse on the Origin of Inequality Discourse on Political Economy
SOCIAL CONTRACT“Manis born free, buteverywhere he is in chain”
THE EMILE Emile or On Education-Profession of Faith of the Savoyard Vicar The Emile or On Education is essentially a work that details Rousseau’s philosophy of education. It was originally published just several months after the Social Contract.
EDUCATIONAL CONTIBUTIONSEMILE. The greatest work produced by Rousseau isEmile. This work is more a tract upon educationunder the guise of a story than it is a novel in the truesense of the word novel.1. BOOK ONE. This book deals with the infancy ofthe child.2. BOOK TWO. Rousseau describes the education ofthe child when the tutor has full responsibility.
3. BOOK THREE. This section describes the intellectualeducation of Emile.4. BOOK FOUR. This section describes the socialeducation and the religious education of Emile.
OTHER WORKSJULIE OR THE HELOISE- Julie or the New Heloise remains one of Rousseau’s popular works, though it is not a philosophical treatise, but rather a novel.REVERIES OF THE SOLITARY WALKER- The Reveries of the Solitary Walker, like many of Rousseau’s other works, is part story and part philosophical treatise.
ROUSSEAU; JUDGE OF JEAN JACQUES- The most distinctive feature of this late work, often referred to simply as the Dialogues, is that it is written in the form of three dialogues.
THE NEW HELOISE REVERIES OF THE SOLITARY WALKER
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