Rousseau on International Relations

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Acknowledgements and Memorial Tribute

MANY individuals contributed to the production of this volume. We would especially like to acknowledge the support of Adam Roberts, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at Oxford University; Henry Hardy of Oxford University Press; and Shari Rogge-Fidler. We would also like to recognize the support this project has received from Sullivan & Cromwell, whose staff and resources provided valuable assistance to us.

While this book was in the production process, Dr John Vincent, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science, unexpectedly died. The editors owe John a great debt of gratitude for his encouragement and assistance on this volume. His help to us was only a small example of the resourcefulness, talent, and caring that he exhibited in all his endeavours. John was a great scholar, teacher, colleague, and friend to many people. To John's family we express our profound sympathy. On behalf of those who knew and enjoyed John professionally and personally, we deeply regret the loss of this special man. We are fortunate that he left us some fruits of his talent and the example of his integrity, charm, and affection. His memory will long be very special to the people he touched.

S.H.

D.P.F.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Wadham College, Oxford

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Permissions vi
  • Acknowledgements And Memorial Tribute vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Note lxxix
  • I- Discourse on Political Economy (1755) 1
  • 2- The State of War (c. 1755-1756) 33
  • 3- Fragments on War (c.1755-1756) 48
  • 4- Abstract and Judgement of Saint- Pierre's Project for Perpetual Peace (1756) 53
  • 5- First Version of the Social Contract (1761) 101
  • 6- Constitutional Project For Corsica (1765) 139
  • Foreword 139
  • 7- Considerations on the Government Of Poland (1772) 162
  • Research Bibliography 197
  • Index 203
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