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1. So, we have already established the symbolism of the over cover on A Discourse on Inequality in Crawford’s lecture, but that got me thinking, who are the people that are depicted on the more modern cover? What do the objects/other elements represent? 2. Rousseau seems to be able to formulate an entire argument surrounding […] Continue reading →
Disclaimer: This is not my week to blog. Oh well. So, our friend Rousseau seems to have some interesting feelings about gender etc. That isn’t the only thing I plan to address in this blog post, but I feel like it’s difficult for everyone to voice their opinions in seminar because some of us (me) […] Continue reading →
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