Rousseau on International Relations

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Index
Abstract and Judgement of Saint-Pierre's Project of Perpetual Peacexxii- xxiv, xxvi, xxvii, xxxi, xlix-lv, 53 ff.
Achaen League55
Ades, B.198
Afghanistanlxxii
Africa59
African Corsairs 82
Agis 127
agriculture xvi, xxxvi, lxii, 2, 19, 32, 66 n., 82, 87, 144-6, 150, 153, 155-7, 159, 176, 181
Alexander the Great17
alliance xxv, 69-70, 73-4, 86, 105, 176
Alps 64
ambition xii, xxxiv, 11, 13, 25, 46, 62, 64, 86, 89, 121, 153, 168-9, 176, 180
amour proprexlii
amour de soixxxix, xlii, lxii
Amphictyons 55
Amsterdamxxiii n.
anarchy xviii, lx, 85, 87, 63, 167, 174, 191 see also disorder
Anjou 84
Antony 189
Arab lxxii
arbitration xxvi, 69-70, 86, 91
Arcadians 120
aristocracy 4, 148 see also nobility
Aristotle42
armies xxxiii, xxxvii, 18, 27, 142, 182, 187, 189 see also army; standing armies; standing troops; troops
arms control liii, lxxiv see also disarmament
army xvi, xxxv, lxi, 168, 182, 184, 186, 194 see also armies; standing armies; standing troops; troops
Aron, R.liv n.
artillery 27, 99, 189
artisans 31
arts xvi, 19, 31, 58, 82, 84, 153, 159, 176-7, 181
Asialxxii, 59
assembly 4, 9, 17, 24, 112
Athens4, 15, 190
autarky xxxi, xxxv
authority xvii, xxiv, xxx, lix, lxv, lxviii, 1, 4, 6-7, 10-11, 13, 25, 29, 55, 57-8, 81, 95, 112, 114, 116, 118-19, 123, 127, l46, 148, 153, 175, 187
Avars 57
balance lxxii, lxxiv, 56, 62-3, 66, 85, 156
of Europe62, 65
of power xxv, xxvii, xxxvi, xliv, li
Balboa, N.115
barbarians 56, 57, 109, 151, 183 see also savages.
Barbary pirates 141
battalion 127
Bavaria72
belligerents xx, xxii, 50 see also combatants; soldiers
Best, G.xxi, xxii n., lxvi, 198
Blanchard, W.198
Bloom, A.xx n., 197
Bodin, J.23, 32
body politic xlviii, 1-2, 38-40, 42, 57, 67, 112, 122, 125, 148
Bohemia97
boundaries 125, 131, 148, 175
brigandage 40, 109 see also robbery
Britainlxxiv
Broome, J.198

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Table of contents

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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