Essay on Descartes method

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In the 1700s Rousseau argued that the French society had become soft. Rousseau thought that the French men and women had moved away from the state of nature. He wrote that the further development of a more civil society has caused the softening of man’s mind and body. Although the French society had moved forward in modern technology and past the “State of nature”, they had not scratched the surface of what technology has become today. This prompts me to ask the question, what would Rousseau think about our society today and how technology has made it even softer?

In his book Rousseau discussed social degeneration and how the softening of men caused it. He made points about how the extreme inequality in our lifestyle, excessive idleness among some, and excessive labor among others has ruined the state of our society and filled it with reason.

In the 1700s Rousseau argued that the French society had become soft. Rousseau thought that the French men and women had moved away from the state of nature. He wrote that the further development of a more civil society has caused the softening of man’s mind and body. Although the French society had moved forward in modern technology and past the “State of nature”, they had not scratched the surface of what technology has become today. This prompts me to ask the question, what would Rousseau think about our society today and how technology has made it even softer?

In his book Rousseau discussed social degeneration and how the softening of men caused it. He made points about how the extreme inequality in our lifestyle, excessive idleness among some, and excessive labor among others has ruined the state of our society and filled it with reason.

In the 1700s Rousseau argued that the French society had become soft. Rousseau thought that the French men and women had moved away from the state of nature. He wrote that the further development of a more civil society has caused the softening of man’s mind and body. Although the French society had moved forward in modern technology and past the “State of nature”, they had not scratched the surface of what technology has become today. This prompts me to ask the question, what would Rousseau think about our society today and how technology has made it even softer?

In his book Rousseau discussed social degeneration and how the softening of men caused it. He made points about how the extreme inequality in our lifestyle, excessive idleness among some, and excessive labor among others has ruined the state of our society and filled it with reason.

In the 1700s Rousseau argued that the French society had become soft. Rousseau thought that the French men and women had moved away from the state of nature. He wrote that the further development of a more civil society has caused the softening of man’s mind and body. Although the French society had moved forward in modern technology and past the “State of nature”, they had not scratched the surface of what technology has become today. This prompts me to ask the question, what would Rousseau think about our society today and how technology has made it even softer?

In his book Rousseau discussed social degeneration and how the softening of men caused it. He made points about how the extreme inequality in our lifestyle, excessive idleness among some, and excessive labor among others has ruined the state of our society and filled it with reason.

In the 1700s Rousseau argued that the French society had become soft. Rousseau thought that the French men and women had moved away from the state of nature. He wrote that the further development of a more civil society has caused the softening of man’s mind and body. Although the French society had moved forward in modern technology and past the “State of nature”, they had not scratched the surface of what technology has become today. This prompts me to ask the question, what would Rousseau think about our society…