Du contrat social, ouvrage du Contract Social Ou Principes Du Droit Politique PDF philosophie politique du philosophe des Lumières Jean-Jacques Rousseau, publié en 1762. Le Contractualisme est un contrat politique présent dans les théories politiques contractualistes.
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For « social contract » as a political and philosophical concept, see Social contract. The Social Contract helped inspire political reforms or revolutions in Europe, especially in France. The Social Contract argued against the idea that monarchs were divinely empowered to legislate. Rousseau asserts that only the people, who are sovereign, have that all-powerful right. This section does not cite any sources. Title page of a pirated edition of the Social Contract, probably printed in Germany. In this desired social contract, everyone will be free because they all forfeit the same number of rights and impose the same duties on all.
Rousseau posits that the political aspects of a society should be divided into two parts. First, there must be a sovereign consisting of the whole population, women included, that represents the general will and is the legislative power within the state. The second division is that of the government, being distinct from the sovereign. Rousseau claims that the size of the territory to be governed often decides the nature of the government.
Since a government is only as strong as the people, and this strength is absolute, the larger the territory, the more strength the government must be able to exert over the populace. In his view, a monarchical government is able to wield the most power over the people since it has to devote less power to itself, while a democracy the least. You can help by adding to it. The French philosopher Voltaire used his publications to criticise and mock Rousseau, but also to defend free expression. The work received a refutation called « The Confusion of the Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau » by the Jesuit Alfonso Muzzarelli in Italy in 1794. Leigh, Unsolved Problems in the Bibliography of J. Voltaire’s Politics: The Poet as Realist.
Diccionario histórico de la Compañía de Jesús: Costa Rossetti-Industrias. Rousseau’s The Social Contract: A Reader’s Guide. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Du contrat social. The Social Contract translated 1782 by G. The Social Contract Public domain audiobook G.
Catholic Encyclopedia Based on an article critical of The Social Contract, written in 1908. Niet te verwarren met de idee van het sociaal contract zelf. Voorpagina van de eerste druk uit 1762 door Marc-Michiel Rey in Amsterdam. Het boek, waarvoor de uitgever geen privilege had aangevraagd, werd door de Staten-Generaal der Nederlanden verboden. Rousseau start vanuit de gedachte dat de mens van nature vrij is maar in verhouding tot andere mensen voortdurend onder machtsrelaties gebukt gaat.