Introduction to Political Philosophy (PLSC 114) This lecture is an introduction to the existence and performs of Rousseau, as effectively as the historical and political events in France following the death of Louis XIV. Creating in a selection of genres and disciplines, Rousseau helped bring to fruition the political and intellectual movement known as the Enlightenment. Among his most essential functions is the 2nd Discourse (Discourse on Inequality), in which Rousseau traces the origins of inequality and addresses the effects of time and history on people. He goes on to examine a amount of attributes, such as perfectibility, compassion, sensitivity, and goodness, in an try to assess which ones have been a part of our authentic nature. 00:00 – Chapter one. Who Is Rousseau? 18:22 – Chapter 2. Rousseau’s State of Nature 34:45 – Chapter 3. Civilization and House: How Man Transitioned from Nature to Society Full program supplies are available at the Open Yale Programs internet site: open.yale.edu This program was recorded in Fall 2006.
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