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The Reveries of a Solitary Walker

I’m reading The Reveries of a Solitary Walker, written by Jean-Jacques Rousseau between the years 1776 and 1778 when he was in exile. He had been considered a great thinker in his time, and had won a prize and much acclaim for his writing, but after the publication of what he considered to be his greatest work, Èmile, a novelized philosophy about education, he was condemned and his book burned because it was proclaimed to be destructive of the Christian religion and all government everywhere. 481 more words


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Utopia ~ by David B. Redpath
(acrylic on canvas) © 2018-2020

“Man is born free, and
everywhere he is in chains.
Those who think themselves… 115 more words


Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Love, known to the person by whom it is inspired, becomes more bearable. ― Jean-Jacques Rousseau


Jean Jacques Rousseau【The Village Prophet】piano by 8 years old boy Kesler

I played a song on an upright piano. I love piano and practices one hour daily. Do click like, do subscribe for more of my interesting videos. 22 more words


How pandemia reveals that schooling is unnecessary

Schools, filled with children who rarely wash their hands even after going the the toilet are hotspots for contagion which is most concerning during this coronovirus pandemia. 325 more words