The Romantics - Liberty (BBC Documentary)

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Emile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau - Free eBook

Free eBook: Emile by Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Translated by Barbara Foxley

Sarah Marlowe
This is a fictional biography of a child upbringing. The child is educated to virtue in a different way than in the 18th century. The figure of virtue is not the scientist, these Romantics were not Enlightenment thinkers, but rather an ordinary boy in his natural state of innocence. The child is the most natural of being. Society is not a place a progress it is a place of corruption. It occurs at and time and specific period but it is a set of ideas.
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