Le Promeneur Solitaire: Rousseau and the Emergence of the Post-Social Self

Social Philosophy and Policy 8 (01):35- (1990)
1. The portrait and the man – each is unique. “Here is the only portrait of a man, painted exactly from nature and completely true to it.” And this man, “it will be myself…. Myself alone… . I am different.” And yet this unique portrait of this unique man, “may be used as the first comparative work in the study of man, which is certainly yet to be begun.”
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