PHLS1145 Discourse on Inequality questions

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Read "Discourse on Inequality" page 55 to page 85 and answer the questions.

''Discourse on Inequality"

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Study sheet for Rousseau part 2: Page 55: What does Rousseau claim as origins of Civil Society? Page 55: Who is a charlatan? Page 55: Why were there no families at the beginning? Page 56-57: Why are humans confident and proud in his original state? Page 59: what was the first yoke humans imposed on themselves? Page 60: What was the consequence of the birth of love? Page 61 What does John Locke claim about property? Page 62: What was this happiest stage of humankind? Page 62: What was the second revolution? Page 65: Why did being and appearing became two different things? Page 66 What forces humans to become deceitful and crafty? Page 66 Why do humans develop a wish to do harm to others? Page 67: Why does war break out between humans? Page 68: What does Rousseau mean by “shrewdest scheme ever.” Page 68: What does Rousseau mean by “All ran headlong for their chains.” Page 69: How to rick benefit from establishment of governments? Page 70: Why do humans begin to think it is their “duty to kill fellow” humans. Page 75: Does Rousseau think we should be able to sell our natural born freedom? Page 82: What is the final stage of inequality? Page 84: Why would Carib (Caribbean) savage kill themselves? Page 84: Why it is better to be a savage versus a civilized person? Page 85: What is contrary to laws of nature?

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