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From the Publisher"A rational-choice interpretation of Rousseau? And one that even people bored by rational-choice theory will want to read? That is the miracle Greg Hill has pulled off. Rousseau's Theory of Human Association is an engaging read and a challenge—not only to conventional interpretations of Rousseau—but to defenses of unfettered capitalism. Hill writes well and thinks hard, and the results will be worthwhile for anyone with an interest in Rousseau or in the nature of modern interpersonal relationships."
—Jeffrey Friedman, Editor, Critical Review