Mill (2)

Mill (2) - HWC 205: Rousseau quotes The Discourse on...

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HWC 205: Rousseau quotes The Discourse on Inequality 1. “But may equity, …” (7) 2. “Amiable and virtuous women citizens, …” (9) 3. “Thus, in a sense, …” (11) 4. “… of which one makes us ardently …” (14) 5. “Finally, all of them, …” (17) 6. “Whatever the moralists may say about it, …” (26) 7. “Among the passions that agitate the heart of man, …” (39) 8. “Reason is what engenders egocentrism, …” (37) 9. “Pity is what carries us without reflection …” (38) 10. “If nature destined us to be healthy, …” (22) 11. “Accustomed from childhood to inclement weather …” (19-20)
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This note was uploaded on 10/24/2011 for the course HWC 204 taught by Professor Anderson during the Fall '08 term at Kansas.

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