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A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences (1750), also known as Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (French: Discours sur les sciences et les arts) and commonly referred to as The First Discourse, is an essay by Genevan philosopher Je. .

A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences (1750), also known as Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (French: Discours sur les sciences et les arts) and commonly referred to as The First Discourse, is an essay by Genevan philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau which argued that the arts and sciences corrupt human morality.

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau Discourse on the Arts and Sciences. Preface Here is one of the greatest and most beautiful questions ever raised

Jean-Jacques Rousseau Discourse on the Arts and Sciences. which was awarded the prize by the Academy of Dijon in the year 1750. Preface Here is one of the greatest and most beautiful questions ever raised. In this Discourse it is not a question of those metaphysical subtleties which have triumphed over all parts of literature and from which programs in an Academy are not always exempt. However, it does concern one of those truths upon which rests the happiness of the human race. I anticipate that people will have difficulty forgiving me for the position which I have dared to take.

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The First Discourse and Polemics demonstrate the continued relevance of.Discourse on the Advantages of the Sciences and Arts. Many reference books describe him as French, but he generally added "Citizen of Geneva" whenever he signed his name.

The First Discourse and Polemics demonstrate the continued relevance of Rousseau's thought. Whereas his critics argue for correction of the excesses and corruptions of knowledge and the sciences as sufficient, Rousseau attacks the social and political effects of the dominant forms of scientific knowledge.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Roger D. Masters, Christopher Kelly. Contains the entire First Discourse, contemporary attacks on it, Rousseau's replies to his critics, and his summary of the debate in his preface to Narcissus

Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Roger D. Contains the entire First Discourse, contemporary attacks on it, Rousseau's replies to his critics, and his summary of the debate in his preface to Narcissus. The First Discourse and Polemics demonstrate the continued relevance of Rousseau's thought.

The First Discourse and Polemics demonstrate the continued relevance of Rousseau's thought

The First Discourse and Polemics demonstrate the continued relevance of Rousseau's thought.

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A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences (1750), also known as Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (French: Discours sur les sciences et les arts) and commonly referred to as The First Discourse, is an essay by Genevan philosopher Je. A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences (full text online).

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