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The Social Contract and Discourses available in Paperback
Holding men in wretched subservience, feudalism --- alongside religion --- was a powerful force in the eighteenth century. Self-serving monarchic social systems, which collectively reduced common people to servitude, were now attacked by Enlightenment philosophers, of whom Rousseau was a leading light. His masterpiece, The Social Contract, profoundly influenced the subsequent development of society and remains provocative in a modern age of continuing widespread vested interest.
|Edition description:||Bilingual Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.75(h) x 1.10(d)|