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Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Rousseau in 1753, by Maurice Quentin de La Tour
Natawo 28 Hunyo 1712(1712-06-28)
Geneva, Republic of Geneva
Namatay 2 Hulyo 1778 (edad 66)
Ermenonville, Kingdom of France
Panahon 18th century philosophy
(Modern philosophy)
Rehiyon Western Philosophers
Panhunahuna Social contract theory
Romanticism
Panguna nga pinagkakainteresan Political philosophy, music, education, literature, autobiography
Mga kilala nga ideya General will, amour-propre, moral simplicity of humanity, child-centered learning, civil religion, popular sovereignty, positive liberty

Hi Jean-Jacques Rousseau, (1712 – Hulyo 2, 1778) usa nga sikat nga nayakan hin Frinanses nga pilosopo. Natao hiya ha Geneva, Swiza. Nabuhi hiya ha mil otsosiyentos nga siglo ha Panahon han Nalamragan. An iya mga ideyolohiya politikal amo an nakabulig han rebolusyon Frinanses ngan nagbulig han nasyonalismo ngan mga sosyalista nga teyorya.

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