Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about justice from The Social Contract (1762) - The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.
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The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.

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1762
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Of the Social Contract, or Principles of Political Law, Book I
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Translated by George Douglas Howard Cole
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about justice from The Social Contract (1762) - The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about justice from The Social Contract (1762) - The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about justice from The Social Contract (1762) - The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about justice from The Social Contract (1762) - The passage from the state of nature to the civil state produces a very remarkable change in man, by substituting justice for instinct in his conduct, and giving his actions the morality they had formerly lacked.