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of Man, i. 154 ; summary of | Dupin, Madame de, Rousscau
it, i. 159, 170; (state of nature, secretary to, i. 120 ; her posi.
i. 150, 162; Hobbes's mistake, tion in society, i. 195 ; Rous-
i. 161; what broke up the seau's country life with, i. 196 ;
“state of nature,” i. 164 ; its friend of the Abbé de Saint
preferableness, i. 166, 167 ; Pierre, i. 244.
origin of society and laws, i.
168 ; new state of nature,”
i. 169; main position of the EDUCATION, interest taken in, in
Discourse, i. 169); its utter in- France in Rousseau's time, ii.
clusiveness, i. 170; criticism 193, 194 ; its new direction
on its method, i. 170 ; on its ii. 195 ; Locke, the pioneer of,
matter, i. 172; wanting in ii. 202, 203 ; Rousseau's special
evidence, i. 172 ; further objec- merit in connection with, ii.
tions to it, i. 173 ; assumes 203 ; his views on (see Emilius,
uniformity of process, i. 176 ; passim, as well as for general
its unscientific character, i. 177; consideration of) what it is,
its real importance, i. 178 ; its ii. 219; plans of, of Locke and
protest against the mockery of others, designed for the higher
civilisation, i. 178 ; equality of class, ii. 254; Rousseau's for
man, i. 181 ; different effects

all, ii. 254.
of this doctrine in France and Emile, i. 136, 196. Erilous
the United States explained, Emilius, character of, ii. 2, 3
i. 182, 183; discovers a reac- particulars of the publication
tion against the historical of, ii. 59, 60; effect of, on
method of Montesquieu, i. Rousseau's fortunes, ii. 62-64 ;
183, 184 ; pecuniary results ordered to be burnt by public
of, i. 196 ; Diderot's praise of executioner at Paris, ii. 65 ;
first Discourse, i. 200 ; Vol- at Geneva, ii. 72; condemned
taire's acknowledgement of gift by the Sorbonne, ii. 82; sup-
of second Discourse, i. 308 ; plied (as also did the Social
the, an attack on the general Contract) dialect for the long-
ordering of society, ii. 22; ing in France and Germany
referred to, ii. 41.

to return to nature, ii. 193;
Drama, its proper effect, i. 326 ; substance of, furnished by

what would be that of its intro- Locke, ii. 202 ; examination
duction into Geneva, i. 327 ; of, ii. 197-280 ; mischief pro-
true answer to Rousseau's con- duced by its good advice, ii. 206,
Itentions, i. 329.

207; training of young children,
Dramatic morality, i. 326.

ii. 207, 208 ; constantly reason-
Drinkers, Rousseau's estimate of, ing with them a mistake of
i. 330.

Locke's, ii. 209; Rousseau's
Drunkenness, how esteemed in central idea, disparagement of

Switzerland and Naples, i. 331. the reasoning faculty, ii. 209,
Duclos, i. 206 ; ii. 62.

210; theories of education,
Duni, i. 292,

practice better than precept,

ii. 211 ; the idea of property, faith, i. 221 ; referred to, ii.
the first that Rousseau would 257.
have given to a child, ii. 212; Evil, discussions on Rousseau's,
modes of teaching, ii. 214, 215; Voltaire's, and De Maistre's
futility of such methods, ii. teachings concerning, i. 313, n.,
215, 216 ; where Rousseau is 318; different effect of exist-
right, and where wrong, ii. 219, ence of, on Rousseau and Vol.
220; effect of his own want of taire, i. 319.
parental love, ii. 220 ; teaches
that everybody should learn a FÉNELON, ii. 37, 248 ; Rousseau's
trade, ii. 223; no special fore- veneration for, ii. 321.
sight, ii. 224, 225 ; supremacy Ferguson, Adam, ii. 253.
of the common people insisted | Filmer contends that a man is
upon, ii. 226, 227 ; three domi- not naturally free, ii. 126.
nant states of mind to be esta Foundling Hospital, Rousseau
blished by the instructor, ii. sends his children to the, i.
229, 230 ; Rousseau's incom- 120.
plete notion of justice, ii. 231 ; France, debt of, to Rousseau, i. 3 ;
ideal of Emilius, ii. 232, 233 ; Rousseau the one great reli-
forbids early teaching of history, gious writer of, in the eighteenth
ii. 237, 238; disparages modern century, i. 26 ; his wanderings
history, ii. 239; criticism on in the east of, i. 61 ; his fond-
the old historians, ii. 240 ; ness for, i. 62-72; establish-
education of women, ii. 241 ; ment of local academies in,
Rousseau's failure here; ii. i. 132; decay in, of Greek
242, 243; inconsistent with literary studies, i. 146 ; effects
himself, ii. 244, 245 ; worth- in, of doctrine of equality of
lessness of his views, ii. 249 ; man, i. 182; effects in, of Mon-
real merits of the work, ii. 249 ; tesquieu's “Spirit of Laws,”
its effect in Germany, ii. 251, i. 183; amiability of, in the
252; not much effect on educa- eighteenth century, i. 187 ;
tion in England, ii. 252; Emilius effect of Rousseau's writings
the first expression of demo- in, i. 187; collective organisa-
cratic teaching in education, tion in, i. 222 ; St. Pierre's
ii. 254 ; Rousseau's deism, ii. strictures on government of,
258, 260, 264 - 267, 269, 270, i. 244 ; Rousseau on govern-
276 ; its inadequacy for the ment of, i. 246 ; effect of
wants of men, ii. 267-270 ; Rousseau's spiritual element
his position towards Christian- on, i. 306 ; patriotism wanting
ity, ii. 270-276; real satisfac- in, i. 332 ; difficulties of author.
tion of the religious emotions, ship in, ii. 55-64 ; buys Corsica
ii. 275-280.

from the Genoese, ii. 102; state
Encyclopædia, The, D'Alembert's of, after 1792, apparently favour

article on Geneva in, i. 321. able to the carrying out of
Encyclopædists, the society of, Rousseau's political views, ii.

confirms Rousseau's religious 131 132; in 1793, ii. 135;
haunted by narrow and fervid i. 220; religious opinion in,
minds, ii. 142.

i. 223 (also i. 224, n.); Rous-
Francueil, Rousseau's patron, i. seau thinks of taking up his

99; grandfather of Madame abode in, i. 228 ; Voltaire at,
George Sand, i. 99, n.; Rous- i. 308; D'Alembert's article
seau's salary from, i. 120 ; on, in Encyclopædia, i. 321 ;
country-house of, i. 196.

Rousseau's notions of effect of
Franklin, Benjamin, ii. 42.

introducing the drama at, i.
Frederick of Prussia, relations 327 ; council of, order public

between, and Rousseau, ii. 73- burning of Emilius and the

78 ; “famous bull ” of, ii. 90. Social Contract, and arrest of
Freeman on Growth of English the author if he came there, ii.
Constitution, ii. 164.

72; the only place where the
French, principles of, revolution, Social Contract was actually

i. 1, 2, 3; process and ideas burnt, 73, n.; Voltaire sus-
of, i. 4; Rousseau of old, stock, pected to have had a hand in
i. 8; poetry, Rousseau on, i. the matter, ii. 81; council of,
90, ib. n.; melody, i. 105 ; divided into two camps by
academy, thesis for prize, i. Rousseau's condemnation, in
150, n.; philosophers, i. 202, 1762, ii. 102; Rousseau re-
music, i. 291 ; busic, its pre- nounces his citizenship in, ii.
tensions demolished by Rous- 104 ; working of the republic,
seau, i. 294 ; ecclesiastics op- ii. 104.
posed to the theatre, ii. 322; Genevese, Bishop Burnet on, i.
stage, Rousseau on, i. 325; 225 ; Rousseau's distrust of, i.
morals, depravity of, ii. 26, 27; 228 ; his panegyric on, i. 328;
Barbier on, ii. 26; thought, manners of, according to Rous-
benefit, or otherwise of revolu- seau, i. 330; their complaint
tion on, ii. 54; history, evil of it, i. 331.
side of, in Rousseau's time, Genlis, Madame de, ii. 323.
ii. 56 ; indebted to Holland | Genoa, Rousseau in quarantine at,
for freedom of the press, ii. 59; i. 103; Corsica sold to France
catholic and monarchic absolu- by, ii. 102.
tism sunk deep into the char- Germany, sentimental movements
acter of the, ii. 167.

in, ii. 33.
French Convention, story of Gibbon, Edward, at Lausanne,
member of the, ii. 134, n.

ii. 96.

Girardin, St. Marc, on Rousseau,
GALUPPI, effect of his music, i. i. 111, n. ; on Rousseau's dis-
105.

cussions, ii. 11, n.; offers
Geneva, i. 8; characteristics of Rousseau a home, ii. 326.

its people, i. 9; Rousseau's Gluck, i. 291, 296; Rousseau
visit to, i. 93; influence of, quarrels with, for setting his
on Rousseau, i. 94; he revisits music to French words, ii. 323.
it in 1754, i. 186-190, 218; Goethe, i. 20.
turns Protestant again there, Goguet on Society, ii. 127, n.; on
tacit conventions, ii. 148, n.; | Grenoble, i. 93.
on law, ii. 153, n.

Grétry, i. 292, 296 ; ii. 323.
Goldoni, Diderot accused of pilfer. Grimm, description of Rous.
ing his new play, i. 275.

seau by, i. 206; Rousseau's
Gothic architecture denounced by quarrels with, i. 279 ; letter of,

Voltaire and Turgot, i. 294. about Rousseau and Diderot,
Gouvon, Count, Rousseau servant i. 275; relations of, with Rous-
to, i. 42.

seau, i. 279; some account of
Government, disquisitions on, ii. his life, i. 279; his conversation

131-206 ; remarks on, ii. 131- with Madame d'Epinay, i. 281;
141; early democratic ideas of, criticism on Rousseau, i. 281;
ii. 144-148; Hobbes' philosophy natural want of sympathy be-
of, ii. 151; Rousseau's science tween the two, i. 282; Rous-
of, ii. 155, 156 ; De la Rivière's seau's quarrel with, i. 285-290;
science of, ii. 156, n. ; federa- ii. 65, 199.
tion recommended by Rousseau Grotius, on Government, ii. 148.
to the Poles, ii. 166 ; three
forms of government defined, | HÉBERT, ii. 178; prevents publi-
ii. 169; definition inadequate, ii. cation of a book in which the
169 ; Montesquieu's definition, author professed his belief in a
ii. 169; Rousseau's distinction god, ii. 179.
between tyrant and despot, ii. Helmholtz, i. 299.
169, n.; his objection to de. Helvétius, i. 191 ; ii. 65, 199.
mocracy, ii. 172; to monarchy, Herder, ii. 251; Rousseau's influ-
ii. 173; consideration of aristo- ence on, ii. 315.
cracy, ii. 174; his own scheme, Hermitage, the, given to Rousseau
ii. 175; Hobbes's

" Passive

by Madame d'Epinay, i. 229
Obedience,” ii. 181, 182; social (also ib. n.); what his friends
conscience theory, ii. 183-187; thought of it, i. 231; sale of,
government made impossible by after the Revolution, i. 237, n.;
Rousseau's doctrine of social reasons for Rousseau's leaving,
contract, ii. 188-192; Burke i. 286.
on expediency in, ii. 192; what Hildebrand, i. 4.
a civilised nation is, ii. 194 ; Hobbes, i. 143, 161 ; his “ Philo-

Jefferson on, ii. 227, 228, n. sophy of Government,” ii. 151 ;
Governments, earliest, how com- singular influence of, upon Rous-
posed, i. 169.

seau, ii. 151, 183 ; essential
Graffigny, Madame de, ii. 199. difference between his views
Gratitude, Rousseau on, ii. 14, 15; and those of Rousseau, ii. 159;

explanation of his want of, ii. on Sovereignty, ii. 162; Rous.
70.

seau's definition of the three
Greece, importance of history of, forms of government adopted
i. 184, and ib. n.

by, inadequate, ii. 168 ; would
Greek ideas, influence of, in France reduce spiritual and temporal

in the eighteenth century, i. jurisdiction to one politica)
146.

unity, ii. 183.

Holbachians, I. 337 ; ii. 2. KAMES, Lord, ii. 253.
Hooker, on Civil Government, ii.
148.

LAMENNAIS, influenced by Rous-
Hôtel St. Quentin, Rousseau at,

seau, ii. 228.
i. 106.

Language, origin of, i. 161.
Hume, David, i. 64, 89; his deep- Latour, Madame, ii. 19, ib. n.

set sagacity, i. 156, ii. 6, 75 ; Lavater favourable to education,
suspected of tampering with on Rousseau's plan, ii. 251-
Boswell's letter, ii. 98, n.; on (also ib. n.)
Boswell, ii. 101, n.; his eager- Lavoisier, reply to his request for
ness to find Rousseau a refuge a fortnight's respite, ii. 227, n.
in England, ii. 282, 283 ; his Raw, not a contract, ii. 153.
account of Rousseau, ii. 284 ; Lecouvreur, Adrienne, refused
finds him a home at Wootton, Christian burial on account of
ii. 286 ; Rousseau's quarrel her being an actress, i. 323.
with, ii. 286-291 (also ii. 290, Leibnitz, i. 87 ; his optimism, i.
n.); his innocence of Walpole's 309 ; on the constitution of the
letter, ii. 292; his conduct in universe, i. 312.
the quarrel, ii. 293 ; saves Lessing, on Pope, i. 310, n.
Rousseau from arrest of French “Letters from the Mountain,” ii.
Government, ii. 295 ; on Rous- 104 ; burned, by command, at
seau's sensitiveness, ii. 299. Paris and the Hague, ii. 105.

Liberty, English, Rousseau's no-
IMAGINATION, Rousseau's, i. 247. tion of, ii. 163, n.

Life, Rousseau's condemnation of
JACOBINS, the, Rousseau's Social the contemplative, i. 10; his

Contract, their gospel, ii. 132, idea of household, i. 41 ; easier
133; their mistake, ii. 136 ; con- for him to preach than for
venience to them of some of the others to practise, i. 43.
maxims of the Social Contract, Lisbon, earthquake of, Voltaire
ii. 142; Jacobin supremacy and on, i. 310; Rousseau's letter to
Hobbism, ii. 152 ; how they Voltaire on, i. 310, 311.
might have saved France, ii. Locke, his Essay, i. 87; his
167.

notions, i. 87 ; his influence
Jansen, his propositions, i. 31. upon Rousseau, ii. 121 - 126;
Jansenists, Rousseau's suspicions on Marriage, ii. 126; on Civil

of, ii. 63 ; mentioned, ii. 89. Government, ii. 149, 150, n.;
Jean Paul, ii. 216, 252.

indefiniteness of his views, ii.
Jefferson, ii. 227, n.

160; the pioneer of French
Jesuits, Rousseau's suspicions of thought on education, ii. 202,

the, ii. 64 ; the, and parlia- 203; Rousseau's indebtedness
ments, ii. 65; movement against, to, ii. 203; his mistake in
ii. 65; suppression of the, leads education, ii. 209 ; subjects of
to increased thought about edu- his theories, ii. 254.
cation, ii. 199.

Lulli (music), i. 291
Johnson, ii. 15, 98.

Luther, i. 4.

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