Jean jacque rousseau

In relation to legitimacy, life is a rare and precious possession that every human being is awarded. Rousseau acknowledges that indeed life is short and that is why he fights for freedom so that all individuals enjoy their space. In addition, law is always enforced to guide those who need to enjoy the freedom thus the concept of natural law. Nature helps guide historical changes even in absentia of those currently using it.On nature law, Rousseau’s thinking was that people willing or forcefully enters into social relations at the price of their nature right. Therefore, all those who chose the path had alternatives that could be used in case the social structures were tampered with. Overall, it was a matter of priority and the urge of liberation.Everyone is preservative. Just as Hobbes had earlier thought about self-preservation, so did Rousseau. The idea was seen as a true and genuine reason as to why are after entering into social relationships since there is always much to gain from one another. The sovereign idea was fully applicable to all social participants (Viroli Maurizio 78).There is often a great deal of difference between the will of all and the general will. the latter considers only the common interest. While the former considers private interest, and is no more than a sum of particular wills: but take away from these same wills the pluses and minuses that cancel one another, and the general will remains as the sum of the differences (Viroli Maurizio 36). The explanation directly shows that all social participants have either private or general interests that have to be observed if the relation established is to nourish.The democratic right was born at that time and that is why there is always an opposition when some groups come up with their own interests. He was quoted saying that when one of these associations is so great as to prevail over all the rest, the result is no longer a sum of small differences, but a

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