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Jean-Jacques Rousseau. By: Zach Ramos, Justin Schreiber, & Brian Thress. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Biography. Beliefs. Quote. Famous Work. Philosophy. Ideas Today. Video. Essential Questions. Studied : Human Development. Biography. Born : June 28 th , 1712 Republic of Geneva.

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Jean jacques rousseau

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

By: Zach Ramos, Justin Schreiber, & Brian Thress


Jean jacques rousseau1

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Biography

Beliefs

Quote

Famous Work

Philosophy

Ideas Today

Video

Essential Questions


Biography

Studied: Human Development

Biography

Born: June 28th , 1712

Republic of Geneva

Died: July 2nd 1778

Ermenonville, France

Wrote multiple books


Famous work

Famous Work

  • 4 main pieces of work

  • Emile, or On Education

  • The social Contract

  • A Discourse on the Sciences and Arts

  • The Discourse on the Origin of Inequality

  • Both Emile and The social Contract were banned

  • Religious reasons

  • Wrote literature till his death

  • Criticized constantly


Philosophy

Philosophy

Progress within the sciences

and arts corrupt our ideas of

virtue and morality.

  • Freedom is a neccesity


Beliefs

Beliefs

  • Freedom is what everyone needs

  • Freedom should exists everywhere

  • Sciences changed thoughts on morals

  • Arts change the way people lived and thought

  • Government was corrupted by both


Quote

Quote

“Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains”

“Those who think themselves the masters of others are indeed greater slaves than they.”


Ideas today

Ideas Today

  • Makes most races equal in businesses and school

  • Morals to see people as equal

  • Science does not hold as much power of the government

  • No more corruption


Video

Video

www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zu-vUcU-MmQ


Essential questions

Essential Questions

What would our world be like without his beliefs and impact?

Is everyone equal?

Is there corruption in science?


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