PHI 175 - Lecture 14 - Lecture14 19:30 ,howdowe...

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Lecture 14 19:30 For Rosseau the problem is how do we gain the protection of the community, how do we  form a civil society with laws that control our behavior.   Hobbes and Locke: Gradually in the state of nature you are not able to produce for  yourself because of this we form a social contract Rosseau we gain a kind of moral freedom which renders man totally free of his impulses in a civil  society we gain a kind of equality by forming a social contract we gain a sort of legal or conventional quality.
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