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- adj. Rousseauian.
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But, by "peace" I would mean not just an absence of war but a return to what you might call in Rousseauesque terms "harmony".
On the question of what creates the moral man, education v. genetics, the Spice Girls took a more Platonic than Rousseauesque view: ` We don't think man's born as a blank sheet of paper, innocent and noble. '
With this Rousseauesque benediction, Bogle completely elides his own role as trade negotiator.
His egomaniacal behaviour and his almost Rousseauesque fear and suspicion of others were only the external manifestations of his inner discrepancies.
Clearly, the anti-GM lobby that rails against industrial, large-scale systems of food production and advocates small, Rousseauesque farms as an alternative cannot really fulfil this grand mission.
Now, some societies are acutely prone to influence by lobbies, special interest groups, particularistic interests, while others, such as Sri Lanka, Russia and many states of today's Latin America are more driven by a quasi-Rousseauesque General Will.
Rousseauesque notion that the general outlook is encapsulated by one person or party - to the exclusion of all other interests outside that of the ruling formation. "