Endre Kiss

About the Social Nature of Man

(Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Recognition)

While Rousseau, through the radical optic of an equality never articulated in this form, examines with a fine-tooth comb the institution of the society, he however opens also simultaneously to another front as well. With the radical criticism of the society, he puts at the same time, and just as radically, the question of the human nature. Rousseau sings the praises of the nature, at the same time he puts fundamentally into question the human nature in the society, if we want in another way, the social nature of man.

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