Quiz Lesson 5: The Social Contract by Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Pt. 4
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According to Rousseau’s social contract, if a Christian, Muslim and Jew are going to live side by side, they must relegate the extremes of their religion to a realm of inconsequence. Theological intolerance cannot help turning into civil intolerance.CorrectIncorrect
In the civil religion, intolerance is acceptable as long as respect is maintained.CorrectIncorrect
Joshua Gibbs recommends giving students the opportunity to discuss points of contention from The Social Contract, however, do not allow their disagreements to become too raucous.CorrectIncorrect
According to Rousseau, The civil religion needs to be so simple that explanations are useless. He wants a religion which is completely unlike Christianity.CorrectIncorrect
Putting forward a distinct morality violates the civil religion. Good citizens will follow the general will.CorrectIncorrect