Boigraphy:-anak nina Isaac Rousseau at SuzanneBernard-ipinanganak sa Geneva-noong June 28, 1712.
-ang kanyang ama ay gumagawa ng orasan.-1725, Rousseau was apprenticed to an engraver and began to learn the trade
•left Geneva in 1728, and fled to Annecy•he met Louise de Warens, who wasinstrumental in his conversion toCatholicism•this time he earned money throughsecretarial, teaching, and musical jobs.
•In 1742 Rousseau went to Paris tobecome a musician and composer•met a linen-maid named ThereseLevasseur, who would become hislifelong companion•Ikinasal sila noong 1768
•Nagkaroon ng limang anak.• He worked on several articles onmusic for Diderot andd’Alembert’s Encyclopedie•1750 he published the Discourse onthe Arts and Sciences•Namatay noong Hulyo 2,1778
Beliefs/thoughts:•Arts and sciences were a par of the wayof life that corrupted people’s naturalgoodness.•Ang mga taong nakatira sa sibilisadonglugar ay karaniwang hindi masaya, mapag-inggit, at makasarili.•More in peoples institution aboutgoodness than in a rational scientificapproach.
•Children should grow up in thecountry and be allowed to enjoy theiryouth.•Children should learn from books ,only when they became interested inlearning.
•A society was formed by peoplemaking a social contract with theothers in the community, agreeing towork for the good of all.•Ang taong gagalaw nang sama-samaay makagagawa ng magandangdesisyon sa pamahalaan.
Achivements and works: • isinulat niya ang Emile noong 1762. •At iniapply niya ang kanyang mga teyorya sa ukol sa edukasyon sa kanyang librong Emile.
•1762- Soial- contract.•1761- Julie or the New Heloise isa samga popular na ginawa ni Rousseau.•his greatest directly philosophicalinfluence is on the ethical thoughtof Immanuel Kant.
•1750 - Discours sur les Sciences etles Arts (Discourse on the Sciencesand Arts) o mas mas kilala bilangFirst Discourse.•1753 - The Village Soothsayer isangopera na itinanghal sa France.
•1753- Narcissus or the lover ofhimself isang play na ginawa niya.•1753- Letter on French music.•1755- Discourse on the Origin andFoundations of Inequality oikalawang diskurso.
•1755- Discourse on Political Economy oIkatlong diskurso na makikita saEncyclopedie.•1758- Letter to Alembert on theTheater.•1763- Letter to Christopher deBeaumont, na isang Arsobispo sa Paris.
•1764- Letters Written from theMountain• 1767- Dictionary of Music.•1780- Émile and Sophie or theSolitaries.
•1782 - Considerations on theGovernment of Poland.•The Confessions - Part I 1782, Part II1789•Rousseau judge of Jean-Jacques,Dialogues(First Dialogue 1780,Complete 1782).•1782 - Reveries of the SolitaryWalker.
Some Famous quotes fromRousseau:“True Christians are made to be slaves, andthey know it and do not mind; this short lifecounts for too little in their eyes”“ I may not be better than other people , but at leas I’m different”
“Absolute silence leads to sadness. It is the image of death” “Nothing is less in our power thanthe heart, and far from commanding we are force to obey it”
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