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What are the two principles from which natural right flows?

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What does moral or political inequality depend upon?

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Whose view of the state of nature does Rousseau chiefly challenge?

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To whom is the Discourse on Inequality dedicated?

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What does Rousseau think about the exact connection between physical and moral inequality?

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What engenders amour propre?

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Who was the true founder of civil society?

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How did the idea of pride arise in man?

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Where do savage men live, according to Rousseau?

10 of 25
Which two arts were most important in the appearance of inequality and property?

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When was the Discourse on Inequality published?

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Who ran the competition for which the Discourse was an entry?

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Who is the author of the quotation on the front page of the Discourse?

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If a government is monarchical, what does this tell us about the conditions of its institution?

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What is the last stage of inequality?

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What is the only law left under despotism?

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What does modern society offer to the eye of the wise man?

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What, amongst other things, does Rousseau call his project?

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What are the two conditions under which all men are equal?

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What does the savage man who "sells his bed in the morning, and comes weeping to buy it back in the evening" lack, according to Rousseau (apart from a bed)?

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How does Rousseau believe that languages are taught?

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Whose ideas on language does Rousseau mostly accept?

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What is the value of trying to reconstruct man's condition in the state of nature from his condition in society?

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What is man's first language?

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Given the institution of inequality, which form of government does Rousseau suggest has been the best thus far in human development?