Ten meditations written in the two years before Rousseau’s death in 1778 provide an excellent introduction to the thinker’s complex world, expressing in its full force the agony of isolation and alienation
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Table Of Contents
Reveries of the Solitary Walker – Jean-Jacques Rousseau Introduction A Brief Chronology First Walk Second Walk Third Walk Fourth Walk Fifth Walk Sixth Walk Seventh Walk Eighth Walk Ninth Walk Tenth Walk
About Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) is the author of numerous political and philosophical texts as well as entries on music for Diderot’s Encyclopédie and the novels La nouvelle Héloïse and Émile.
Published by Penguin Classics Feb 28, 1980| 160 Pages| ISBN 9780140443639