Quiz Lesson 3: The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Pt. 2
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The American way of government is profoundly similar to what Rousseau is arguing for, which is for people to be ruled by the consent of the majority.CorrectIncorrect
In Christian teaching you find human beings walking and talking with God in the beginning, things are not worse the farther back that you get.CorrectIncorrect
According to Rousseau, early governments were born out of the collective task.CorrectIncorrect
According to Joshua Gibbs, when reading through a book with students, skip around the book to find interesting parts and do not stop to discuss what is unclear.CorrectIncorrect
The shape of modern society is to make everything as pleasurable as possible.CorrectIncorrect