The Social Contract By Jean Jacques Rousseau
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One of the most famous philosophers of the enlightenment, Rousseau's Social Contract explores the foundation of society. Breaking with John Locke's belief in self-evident truths, Rouseau argues that society and law is the product of general will rather than enlightened reason. Read by Jason Douglas and presented by ejunto.org, new episodes will be released weekly.
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