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Department
Sociology and Anthropology
Course
SOAN 2111
Professor
Linda Hunter
Semester
Fall

Description
FRENCH ENLIGHTENEMENT, FRENCH REVOLUTION, and SOCIOLOGICAL  IMPLICATIONS ­Human Rights and the French Enlightenment ­Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712­1778) – briefly; more next semester in relation to Marx  ­Jean Antoine Nicolas Caritat (Marquis) de Condorcet (1743­1794) ­French Revolution – Overview and Sociological Implications (1787­1799) ­The French Revolution: The Art of Politics (music, art, culture, romantic movement) Human Rights and the French Enlightenment • the “natural rights” of the citizen; fought for what they believed in, everybody what  entitled to rights just for being born • the individuals right to the freedom of thought  • fought for the absolution of slavery and a more humane treatment of criminals  • women were extremely active in the fight against the old regime Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712­1778)  • feeling rather than reason; emotion, should embracing our emotions, wanted virtue and 
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