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‘I should rather be a man of paradoxes than a man of prejudices’1

  • Timothy O'Hagan

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Timothy O'Hagan explores some of the apparent paradoxes in the writings of Rousseau.

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1 All references to Rousseau's works are given by volume and page number to Jean-Jacquet Rousseau, Oeuvres complètes, 5 volumes, Paris: Gallimard (Bibliothèque de la Pléiade), general editors B. Gagnebin, M. Raymond, 1959 ff. (abbreviated OC). In most cases this is followed by a reference by volume and page number to the standard English translation, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Collected Writings, 10 volumes to date, Hanover, NH: University of New England Press, series editors R.D. Masters, C. Kelly, 1990 ff. (abbreviated CW). For the Emile I have used Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile, or on Education, translated by Allan Bloom, New York: Basic Books, 1979 (abbreviated Bloom).

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