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The Resource Abandoned to ourselves : being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ..., Peter Alexander Meyers, (electronic resource)

Abandoned to ourselves : being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ..., Peter Alexander Meyers, (electronic resource)

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Abandoned to ourselves : being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ...
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Abandoned to ourselves
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being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ...
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Peter Alexander Meyers
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Abandoned to ourselves
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being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, and aimed to uncover tensions between those two perspectives-- creationism and social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense and which still impede the human science of politics ..
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Abandoned to ourselves : being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ..., Peter Alexander Meyers, (electronic resource)
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Abandoned to ourselves : being an essay on the emergence and implications of sociology in the writings of Mr. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, with special attention to his claims about the moral significance of dependence in the composition and self-transformation of the social bond, & aimed to uncover tension between those two perspectives-- creationism & social evolution-- that remains embedded in our common sense & which still impedes the human science of politics ..., Peter Alexander Meyers, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
Contents
Society as the ethical starting point for political inquiry -- The moral relevance of dependence -- Nature and the moral frame of society -- Morality in the order of the will
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xxiv, 524 p.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
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