Week 6B Knowledge Check

Question 11 pts
In Book I, Chapter I, Rousseau declares: “Man is born free, and everywhere he is”:
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In Chains



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Question 21 pts
What does Rousseau meant by “political right”?
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the civil rights of politicians.


justification for legitimate political authority

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Question 31 pts
According to Rousseau, his social contract is an association where each person
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loses his liberty but receives security in return.

obeys only himself and remains as free as before.

agrees to take turns governing all other persons.

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Question 41 pts
The social contract brings the state into existence. Each person in the state is simultaneously:
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a comrade and a citizen.

a subject and a citizen.

a magistrate and a subject.

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Question 51 pts
What is Rousseau’s view of “partial associations” or “partial societies” (churches, families, unions etc.)?
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some should be encouraged and others should not.

should not exist because they frustrate/obscure the general will in the minds of the people.

they encourage participation in the state and should be supported.

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Question 61 pts
In Book I, Chapter VI, Rousseau says that a change to our “mode of existence” (i.e. the social contract) must be made because humanity is in danger of what?

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