Rousseau and the Problem of Human Relations

Rousseau and the Problem of Human Relations

Among Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s chief preoccupations was the problem of self-interest implicit in all social relationships. A person with divided loyalties (i.e., to both himself and his cohorts) was, in Rousseau’s thinking, a divided person. According to John Warner’s Rousseau and the Problem of Human Relations, not only did Rousseau never solve this problem, but he also believed it was fundamentally unsolvable: social relationships could never restore wholeness… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (March 14, 2016)

Page count: 272 pages

Language: English


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