Interest, will and being “forced to be free” in Rousseau’s Social Contract
Certain aspects of the concept of interest are found already in the works of Plato (427-347 BC) and Aristotle (384-322 BC), and then in the Renaissance in political philosophy, interest becomes both philosophical and political-legal concept. A prominent place in the political and legal thought of the Enlightenment is occupied by a natural scientist, an outstanding master of artistic words, philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778).
In today's complex world, we often have to turn to the sources of social thought. When considering the relationship between man and society, it is impossible to ignore the ideas of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778). It is an outstanding thinker of the French Enlightenment, philosopher, sociologist and aesthetics, author of works of art of world significance, one of the theorists of pedagogy, whose views significantly influenced the social-political thought not only of his ti...
Saskaņā ar Carol Aubrey un Karen Ward pētījumu, ”sociāli emocionālās problēmas sākas agrā bērnībā. Bērni, kuriem ir labas sociālās emocijas, var veicināt pozitīvu izturēšanos un