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The Resource On the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by G. D. H. Cole

On the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by G. D. H. Cole

Label
On the social contract
Title
On the social contract
Statement of responsibility
Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by G. D. H. Cole
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1712-1778
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Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
Index
no index present
Language note
Translated from the French
LC call number
JC179
LC item number
.R8613 2003
Literary form
non fiction
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1889-1959
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Cole, G. D. H.
Series statement
Dover thrift editions
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  • Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  • Political science
  • Social contract
  • Political science
  • Social contract
  • Sociaal contract
  • Sozialvertrag
Label
On the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by G. D. H. Cole
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"An unabridged republication, taken from a standard edition, of On the social contract, or, Principles of political right ... first published by J.M. Dent, London, in 1913"--T.p. verso
Contents
I.. Subject of the First Book -- II.. The First Societies -- III.. The Right of the Strongest -- IV.. Slavery -- V.. That We Must Always Go Back to a First Convention -- VI.. The Social Compact -- VII.. The Sovereign -- VIII.. The Civil State -- IX.. Real Property -- I.. That Sovereignty Is Inalienable -- II.. That Sovereignty Is Indivisible -- III.. Whether the General Will Is Fallible -- IV.. The Limits of the Sovereign Power -- V.. The Right of Life and Death -- VI.. Law -- VII.. The Legislator -- VIII.. The People -- IX.. The People (cont.) -- X.. The People (cont.) -- XI.. The Various Systems of Legislation -- XII.. The Division of the Laws -- I.. Government in General -- II.. The Constituent Principle in the Various Forms of Government -- III.. The Division of Governments -- IV.. Democracy -- V.. Aristocracy -- VI.. Monarchy -- VII.. Mixed Governments -- VIII.. That All Forms of Government Do Not Suit All Countries -- IX.. The Marks of a Good Government -- X.. The Abuse of Government and Its Tendency to Degenerate -- XI.. The Death of the Body Politic -- XII.. How the Sovereign Authority Maintains Itself -- XIII.. The Same (cont.) -- XIV.. The Same (cont.) -- XV.. Deputies or Representatives -- XVI.. That the Institution of Government Is Not a Contract -- XVII.. The Institution of Government -- XVIII.. How to Check the Usurpations of Government -- I.. That the General Will Is Indestructible -- II.. Voting -- III.. Elections -- IV.. The Roman Comitia -- V.. The Tribunate -- VI.. The Dictatorship -- VII.. The Censorship -- VIII.. Civil Religion -- IX.. Conclusion
Control code
50598375
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
ix, 97 p.
Isbn
9780486426921
Lccn
2002034820
System control number
(OCoLC)50598375
Label
On the social contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ; translated by G. D. H. Cole
Publication
Note
"An unabridged republication, taken from a standard edition, of On the social contract, or, Principles of political right ... first published by J.M. Dent, London, in 1913"--T.p. verso
Contents
I.. Subject of the First Book -- II.. The First Societies -- III.. The Right of the Strongest -- IV.. Slavery -- V.. That We Must Always Go Back to a First Convention -- VI.. The Social Compact -- VII.. The Sovereign -- VIII.. The Civil State -- IX.. Real Property -- I.. That Sovereignty Is Inalienable -- II.. That Sovereignty Is Indivisible -- III.. Whether the General Will Is Fallible -- IV.. The Limits of the Sovereign Power -- V.. The Right of Life and Death -- VI.. Law -- VII.. The Legislator -- VIII.. The People -- IX.. The People (cont.) -- X.. The People (cont.) -- XI.. The Various Systems of Legislation -- XII.. The Division of the Laws -- I.. Government in General -- II.. The Constituent Principle in the Various Forms of Government -- III.. The Division of Governments -- IV.. Democracy -- V.. Aristocracy -- VI.. Monarchy -- VII.. Mixed Governments -- VIII.. That All Forms of Government Do Not Suit All Countries -- IX.. The Marks of a Good Government -- X.. The Abuse of Government and Its Tendency to Degenerate -- XI.. The Death of the Body Politic -- XII.. How the Sovereign Authority Maintains Itself -- XIII.. The Same (cont.) -- XIV.. The Same (cont.) -- XV.. Deputies or Representatives -- XVI.. That the Institution of Government Is Not a Contract -- XVII.. The Institution of Government -- XVIII.. How to Check the Usurpations of Government -- I.. That the General Will Is Indestructible -- II.. Voting -- III.. Elections -- IV.. The Roman Comitia -- V.. The Tribunate -- VI.. The Dictatorship -- VII.. The Censorship -- VIII.. Civil Religion -- IX.. Conclusion
Control code
50598375
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
ix, 97 p.
Isbn
9780486426921
Lccn
2002034820
System control number
(OCoLC)50598375

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