Bertrand Russell about equality (“A History of Western Philosophy”, 1945) - Liberty is the nominal goal of Rousseau's thought, but in fact it is equality that he values, and that he seeks to secure even at the expense of liberty.
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Liberty is the nominal goal of Rousseau's thought, but in fact it is equality that he values, and that he seeks to secure even at the expense of liberty.
 Bertrand RussellA History of Western Philosophy (1945). copy citation

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