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C. Ill, 39. Rousseau is not far from Hobbes in this,cf. " However, Rousseau is thinking of conscience, not prudence. C. G. VII, 191. C. II, 967. 19 Rousseau hit a nerve of his contemporaries,- cf. Diderot, "Lettres a Falconet," in Oeuvres completes (eds. J. Ass6zat and M. , Paris, 1875-7), XVIII, 179-80: "O sages of Greece and Rome... " 20 Emile, IV, 323. Cambridge Companions Online © Cambridge University Press, 2006 48 GEORGE ARMSTRONG KELLY 21 Ibid. II, 107; III, 192, 203; IV, 285, 305. 22 Ibid.
Yet Rousseau's very doctrines would prove a dynamite to force the future, whereas Schiller later attempted to cover his ears from that explosion. Rousseau came in his turn to be possessed by history and modern factionalism. 186 On the other hand, Rousseau's radical protest lodged deeply in the febrile sensitivities of a whole younger generation of intellectuals and rotuhers, aspirants for the discordant acquisitions of respect, autonomy, power, and order - for mastery over a history that, they thought, had cheated them blind.
120 Compare Emile, IV, 320. Conscience "stubbornly follows the order of nature against all the laws of men". 121 Emile, V, 605. G. Ill, 370. C. I, 455. C. Ill, 112. 125 Emile, V, 605. C. Ill, 378. 127 Emile, IV, 389. 128 On Rousseau's conception of the "general will" and the origin of the term, see Paul-L. Leon, "Rousseau et l'idee de la volonte generate," Archives du droit public et de la science politique, Nos. 3-4 (1936), pp. 148-200; Irving Fetscher, Rousseaus politische Philosophic (Luchterhand Neuwied, 1962), pp.