In R. Trousson & F. Eigeldinger (eds.), Œuvres complètes de Jean Jacques Rousseau, t. XVII. Genève-Paris: Slatkine-Champion. pp. p. 327-331, annotation du texte, (2012)

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Daniel Schulthess
Université de Neuchâtel
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The text shortly introduces Rousseau’s Lettres Morales, which result from the conversations he had with Mme Houdetot in the years 1757-1758. It is interesting to notice that in contrast to other important philosophical works based on a love relationship (one can think of Plato’s Symposium and the role of Diotima, but also of Boethius’s Philosophia in the Consolatio or Dante’s Beatrice in the Divine Comedy), in Rousseau’s letters it is the man who has the leading role, whereas the woman figure, Sophie, is characterized by youthful spontaneity and even a certain naivety.
Keywords Rousseau  moral philosophy  sentimentalsim
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