The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau V1

The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau  V1

This is a new release of the original 1923 edition.

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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ISBN: 1494109565

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This is a new release of the original 1923 edition.
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The Confessions and Correspondence Including the Letters to Malesherbes

The Confessions and Correspondence  Including the Letters to Malesherbes

Jean-Jacques Rousseau Christopher Kelly, Roger D. Masters, Peter G. Stillman. Book V1 It seems to me that it was in 17322 that I arrived at Chambéry as I have just said, and that I began to be employed3 on the survey in the King's ...

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 9781611682885

Category: Philosophy

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Based on his doctrine of natural goodness, Rousseau intended the Confessions as a testing ground to explore his belief that, as Christopher Kelly writes, "people are to be measured by the depth and nature of their feelings." Re-created here in a meticulously documented new translation based on the definitive Pléiade edition, the work represents Rousseau's attempt to forge connections among his beliefs, his feelings, and his life. More than a "behind-the-scenes look at the private life of a public man," Kelly writes, "the Confessions is at the center of Rousseau's philosophical enterprise."
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Jean Jacques Rousseau Et la Lecture

Jean Jacques Rousseau Et la Lecture

Ce que SaintPreux / Rousseau reproche à Julie c'est précisément sa passivité , cette espèce de conformisme qu'Henri Gouhier a ... Voir LEM , P.752 , note , et les Confessions de Jean - Jacques Rousseau ( éd . Seuil ) , i.v1.211 . 88.

Author: Tanguy L'Aminot

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ISBN: UOM:39015043090656

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Rousseau et la lecture est un livre collectif, fruit d'un séminaire de l'Equipe J.-J. Rousseau anime par Tanguy L'Aminot à l'Université de Paris IV-Sorbonne. Compose d'une vingtaine d'articles, il se propose d'examiner le rapport que Jean-Jacques Rousseau a entretenu avec les livres, la littérature, la philosophie, la science et l'esthétique de son temps.Plus que les sources de son oeuvre ce qui est analyse ici, c'est le dialogue qui s'établit dans les écrits de Jean-Jacques avec un ou plusieurs auteurs ou avec un sujet particulier, Celui qui dans l'Emile déclarait haïr tous les livres, s'est révélé un lecteur étonnant, au fait de la pensée et de l'art sous leurs aspects les plus divers. Les auteurs de ce recueil se sont donc demande non seulement quels étaient les ouvrages qui avaient marqué Rousseau et quelle valeur ou quel intérêt présentait telle ou telle lecture pour lui, mais aussi comment Rousseau souhaitait être lu lui-meme. Lire apparaît comme un véritable révélateur de tout l'être et peut avoir des conséquences funestes ou perverses dont il convient de se prémunir. En aucun cas, chez Rousseau, la lecture n'est un rite innocent ou gratuit. Quatre études présentent d'ailleurs quelques-unes des lectures qui ont été faites de Rousseau depuis sa mort. De Sade à Jean Starobinski, Pierre Burgelin, Jacques Derrida, Paul de Man et au lecteur ordinaire des années 1980, on peut apprécier les multiples portraits qui ont été faits d'un auteur qui tenait à ce qu'on le voit, le lise et le comprenne à sa façon. Rousseau qui avait lu Leibniz, Spinoza ou Helvétius selon son coeur et son système, n'etait-il pas a son tour victime de la trahison de ses lecteurs? Mais lire, ne serait-ce pas avant tout trahir, traduire et contredire celui qui est lu? Le conduire au-delà de lui dans l'univers d'autrui?
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The Cambridge Companion to European Novelists

The Cambridge Companion to European Novelists

1V; and the English translations in Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Collected Writings (CW) (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1990ff.): Confessions, vol. V; julie, vol. v1; Social Contract, vol. 1v; Emile, vol. x111.

Author: Michael Bell

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521515047

Category: Literary Criticism

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A survey of 25 major European novelists from Cervantes to Kundera, highlighting their contributions to the genre.
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The Evangelical Counter Enlightenment

The Evangelical Counter Enlightenment

The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, newly translated into English (1st ed., Stott, 1891) London: Gibbings, 1907, p241. The original is Rousseau, Confessions (MS, 1772), Œuvres complètes, v1, p232. It is significant that Rousseau ...

Author: William R. Everdell

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030697624

Category: Philosophy

Page: 449

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This contribution to the global history of ideas uses biographical profiles of 18th-century contemporaries to find what Salafist and Sufi Islam, Evangelical Protestant and Jansenist Catholic Christianity, and Hasidic Judaism have in common. Such figures include Muḥammad Ibn abd al-Waḥhab, Count Nikolaus Zinzendorf, Jonathan Edwards, John Wesley, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, and Israel Ba’al Shem Tov. The book is a unique and comprehensive study of the conflicted relationship between the “evangelical” movements in all three Abrahamic religions and the ideas of the Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment. Centered on the 18th century, the book reaches back to the third century for precedents and context, and forward to the 21st for the legacy of these movements. This text appeals to students and researchers in many fields, including Philosophy and Religion, their histories, and World History, while also appealing to the interested lay reader.
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Oeuvres Completes

Oeuvres Completes

Contenant les IV . premiers Livres des Confessions de J. J. Rousseau . ) ( fleuron ) / A GENÈVE . = \ M.DCC.LXXXII . Le tome XIX contient ( v1 ) -349 pages . Le tome XX contenant les deux derniers livres des Confessions et les Rêveries ...

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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In Praise of Walking

In Praise of Walking

Rousseau, J. J. and Cohen, J. M. (1953), The Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Penguin). The psychologist Martin Conway argues that 'for many experiences simply recalling the meaning or the gist may be sufficient'; https://old- ...

Author: Shane O'Mara

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473549913

Category: Science

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'Informative and persuasive enough to rouse the most ardent couch pototo' New Scientist Walking upright on two feet is a uniquely human skill. It defines us as a species. It enabled us to walk out of Africa and to spread as far as Alaska and Australia. It freed our hands and freed our minds. We put one foot in front of the other without thinking - yet how many of us know how we do that, or appreciate the advantages it gives us? In this hymn to walking, neuroscientist Shane O'Mara invites us to marvel at the benefits it confers on our bodies and minds, and urges us to appreciate - and exercise - our miraculous ability. Take this mindful approach to walking into the new year. 'Will leave you itching to go out for a good old-fashioned stroll' Mail on Sunday *A Sunday Independent Book of the Week*
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The Confessions

The Confessions

Jean-Jacques Rousseau. describe it , because it does not absolutely result from a concourse of favourable incidents ... Locke's Essays , Malebranche , Leibnitz , 1 Descartes , etc. I soon found that these authors Book V1 185 J. J. ROUSSEAU.

Author: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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ISBN: UVA:X002525993

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National Union Catalog

National Union Catalog

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ISBN: UOM:39015082914857

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.
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