Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about anarchy from The Social Contract (1762) - If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.
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If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.

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1762
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Of the Social Contract, or Principles of Political Law, Book III
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Translated by George Douglas Howard Cole
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about anarchy from The Social Contract (1762) - If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about anarchy from The Social Contract (1762) - If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about anarchy from The Social Contract (1762) - If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau quote about anarchy from The Social Contract (1762) - If the Sovereign desires to govern, or the magistrate to give laws, or if the subjects refuse to obey, disorder takes the place of regularity, force and will no longer act together, and the State is dissolved and falls into despotism or anarchy.