Abandoned to Ourselves: Being an Essay on the Emergence and Implications of Sociology in the Writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with Special Attention to His Claims About the Moral Significance of Dependence in the Composition and Self-Transformation of the Social Bond, & Aimed to Uncover Tensions Between Those Two Perspectives: Creationism and Social Evolution, That Remain Embedded in Our Common Sense & Which Still Impede the Human Science of Politics--

Yale University Press (2012)

Society as the ethical starting point for political inquiry -- The moral relevance of dependence -- Nature and the moral frame of society -- Morality in the order of the will.
Keywords Political sociology
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Call number JC179.R9.M49 2012
ISBN(s) 9780300172058   0300172052
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