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Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Emile or on education Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Emile or on education Jean-Jacques Rousseau: Emile or on education

The publication of Emile was hailed by Kant as an event comparable with the French Revolution, and Rousseau himself regarded it as his best book.
Yet his masterpiece on the education and training of the young – consciously concieved to rival or supersede Plato's Republic – has been the most misunderstood of all his major works.
In Emile Rousseau describes an imaginary attempt to transform a oung boy into an autonomous, morally and intellectually independent – that is to say, truly democratic – human being. In the process he presents an egalitarian politics that attempts to reconcile nature with history, human selfishness with the demands of civil society and, hence, inclination with duty. Articulating the struggle against alienation and the quest for the wholeness or unity of man, Rousseau formulated the ideas that have dominated political and psychological discourse ever since.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1762

Basic Books, New York, 1979
502 oldal · ISBN: 9780465019311 · Fordította: Allan Bloom

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